Category Archives: FCA Press Releases

FCA Scholarship Applications Now Available

2016 FCA Scholarship ApplicationFoxboro Cable Access continues to encourage higher education in the Communications Field by offering a $1000 scholarship annually. Any Foxboro resident is eligible to apply if they are pursuing a college degree in this field.

Applications are available at the FCA Studio at 28 Central Street, Foxborough High School Guidance Office, The Boyden Library, Town Hall and can also be downloaded from the link below.

Completed applications must be returned to the FCA studio by the deadline of Friday, May 20, 2016

If you have any other questions, please call Foxboro Cable Access at 543-4757 or visit our website at .

2016 FCA Scholarship Application

Special Workshop: The Future of Sports Production

On Thursday, February 4th FCA will host a special workshop, “The Future of Sports Production” for interested FCA volunteers and Foxborough residents.

This will be an opportunity to learn more about emerging 4K and High Frame Rate technologies and their use in professional sports.

Click here to Register
Thursday, February 4th
6:30 PM
FCA Studio
28 Central Street


The evening will kick off with a video presentation recorded at Emerson College on January 27th featuring industry experts.

With the super bowl less than a week away, this workshop will provide timely insights into the latest and greatest TV technology. Watch the Super Bowl with a new perspective on what’s happening behind the scenes.

With any technological advancement there’s also new  challenges, let’s learn togeather.

Topics will include:

  • What is 4K and UHD?
  • 4K versus High Frame Rate
  • IP Based Facilities

Following the video presentation the group will engage in a group discussion. lead by FCA President Paul Beck.

Executive Director will also share information on Super Bowl 2016 and three new technology that will be deployed for the big game.

Click here to Register 

Photo Credit: Creative Commons image used with permission from Flickr user Max and Dee Bernt