Peabody TV is the primary resource for the creation and distribution of local programming in the City of Peabody. Peabody TV is a 501(c)3 non-profit community access center that has been stimulating the community through the use of multimedia since 2007.
Peabody TV is the primary resource for the creation and distribution of local programming in the City of Peabody. Peabody TV is a 501(c)3 non-profit community access center that has been stimulating the community through the use of multimedia since 2006.
Public (Channel 99)
The public needs Peabody TV as an avenue of free-expression as a result of mainstream media restricting their focus to stories of national and regional appeal, the need for individuals, businesses, and organizations to maintain community identity and voice has never been more important.
Education (Channel 8)
Educational Access gives a means to communicate with parents and students through announcements and programming. We also teach youth video production through our PYTV, Work Study, and internship programs throughout the year.
Government (Channel 9)
Our local government channel informs the public about special events, voter information, election coverage, and more. Peabody TV is also part of the city’s emergency communication system, providing the ability for city departments to circulate information to residents in a timely manner.
Peabody TV covers PVMHS football, soccer, basketball, hockey, and more!
Peabody TV is committed to educating community members of all ages, interests, and skill levels in the most current video production and post-production technology. Peabody TV offers programs for middle school, high school, and college aged-students.
Become a Member!
Become a member today, and you will gain access to free classes, high-end equipment, one-on-one training, and more!
The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 Thursday to limit the benefits that communities get in return for the corporate use of public property and rights-of-way in its Third Report and Order on cable franchising. The Alliance for Community Media – which represents community access television stations across the United States said the move that will cost cities and towns millions of dollars in hidden fees paid to cable companies.read more