Community Television for Concord and Carlisle

Looking for the new - and improved! - CCTV? sticky icon

CCTV is located in Concord-Carlisle High School, 500 Walden Street.  Park in the old parking lot and walk past CCTV’s old door and head up to the new school. You will see a wire fence on your right - follow it as it turns the corner and go right as it heads up the hill towards what looks like the loading dock.  CCTV's entrance is on the corner of the building.  

CCTV phone lines are down sticky icon

CCTV’s phone lines are currently down.  We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience but please feel free to email us at  

Watch Concord Town Meeting Live! sticky icon

Make sure to tune into Concord Town Meeting right here at or on Comcast Channel 9!  Town Meeting starts Sunday at 1pm.

Construction Has Begun! sticky icon

Work has officially begun on our new studio! Take look at the photos on our Facebook page and make sure to check back daily for updates! 

Watch Tonight's Public Hearing Live! sticky icon

Tonight, Wednesday February 25, is the second of five hearings leading up to Concord’s 2015 Annual Town Meeting. If you cannot attend in person you can still participate!  Town Meeting  hearings are broadcast live on CCTV, Comcast Channel 9.  The hearings also are streamed live on the Internet. Go to the CCTV Watch-live page at:

You may submit a question or comment by e-mail during the hearing.  Send your e-mail to  You must provide a name and address in your e-mail. The committee chairperson will read e-mail questions or comments if they are received while the hearing is still in progress.

The Finance Committee hearing on School Budget & Articles and the Community Preservation Committee Articles  begins at 7:00 PM in the Hearing Room of the Townhouse at 22 Monument Sq.  

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