Lynn Community Television has had news articles written about us that have appeared in the local papers, check them out below!
LYNN CABLE WILL ACCESS A NEW STUDIO
December 13, 2016 – The Daily Item
By Thomas Grillo
LYNN — It took a while to find, but Lynn Community Television (LCTV) has a new home.
On the first of the year, the city’s cable operation will move from tight quarters in City Hall to 4,500 square feet of studio space on Union Street.
**CORRECTION: We will be moving in on March 1, 2017**
“It fits our needs perfectly,” said Robert Tucker, president of the board of directors. “We looked at properties for four months, saw more than a dozen and this is the best.”
The Union Street site was chosen, Tucker said, because it’s on one level, is in the downtown and there’s plenty of parking.
MAYOR DECLARES OCTOBER 20, 2016 COMMUNITY MEDIA DAY IN LYNN
BROADENING THE VIEW IN LYNN
July 9, 2016 – The Daily Item
By Dillon Durst
LYNN — Nine months after Lynn Community Television (LCTV) launched from a temporary space in City Hall, staff and board members said they’re making progress.
LCTV’s goal is to develop a first-class public access center for the people of Lynn, said Richard Coppinger, board treasurer.
He said the board and production team are seeking to grow the station’s live broadcasting capabilities and give the public a reason to tune in every night.
“We want to make our mark over the next year or two,” Coppinger said.
LYNN COMMUNITY TELEVISION LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAMMING
Feb. 4, 2016 – The Lynn Journal
By Cary Shuman
LYNN —Lynn Community Television has been developing new programming out of its temporary headquarters in Room 302 at Lynn City Hall. Sean Donahue is the director of operations for LCTV. David Riley is a staff producer while Pedro Diaz is the director of program broadcasting.
Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy appointed chairman Robert Tucker, treasurer Richard Coppinger, attorneys Michael Marks and Mike Cerulli, and Joseph Carritte to the LCTV board of directors. “The goals of LCTV programs are to inform, educate, and to provide the people with a voice,” said Donahue…..
NEW TEAM PLUGGED INTO LYNN CABLE
Jan. 13, 2016 – The Daily Item
By Thoe Jourgensen
LYNN — Lights, camera, action. Lynn Community Television hopes to be in full broadcast mode by mid-February, with local government-oriented programming and shows focused on interesting Lynn residents.
The cable public access provider has purchased equipment required to broadcast LCTV shows on Comcast channels 3 and 22 and Verizon channels 37 and 38. The four-month-old provider currently broadcasts on Lynn Educational Television channel 15 and on YouTube, with director of operations Sean Donahue and two coworkers working out of City Hall room 302.
“We are building resources and equipment and we are rapidly reaching the point where we will be broadcasting every night,” said former City Councilor and LCTV board treasurer Richard Coppinger……