Claremont Community Television Board of Directors
Claremont Community Television Incorporated ("CCTV") is an incorporated 501(c)(3) non-profit entity. CCTV provides video production equipment for creating programs to broadcast to the community, and training in the use of this equipment. CCTV also operates the community access broadcast channels 10 and 8 on Comcast cable television service for Claremont and a web site hosting recordings of programs broadcast on the channels. The Federal Communications Commission classifies CCTV as a "PEG" cable channel with the mission to aid in the dissemination of local information regarding general public interests along with those of education and government matters while upholding the 1st amendment of the United States Constitution. The CCTV office, training area/public studio, program library, equipment for use by the public and broadcast system ("Headend") are located at the Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center. To broadcast live remotely in the city, there are connections at Claremont City Hall, Stevens High School and the Technical School. At Barnes Park in Claremont, a platform is available for the recording of events.
Term: 1-3 years, depending on the seat
Meeting Schedule: Meets six times annually at the Sugar River Regional Technical Center
Appointments made by: Seats 1-4, by City Council; Seats 5 & 6 by the School Board; Seats 7-9 by seated members in Seats 1-6