Category Archives: This Week on FCA

Announcing FCA Weekly News Update

This week FCA is premiering “Weekly News Update”, which you’ll hear between programs while the program schedule and other announcements are playing. This new feature is made possible through the efforts Dave Udden, a Foxboro resident and radio professional.

More details coming soon! Click below to listen to this edition:

FCA Weekly News Update for the Week of March 4th – Click Here to Listen

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Programming Alert

Tonight the Foxborough School Committee will meet at the High School Media Center, starting at 7pm.  FCA will have live coverage on the Education Channel or streaming here: http://www.fcatv.org/live

Cable 8 Sports is heading on the road tonight to cover the Varsity Boys Basketball team, which will be playing in the MIAA Preliminary Round South Division 3 game at Dover-Sherborn.  If possible, live audio from this game will be aired on the Government Channel (Comcast 22/Verizon 38) starting at 7pm.  A live audio stream will also be available on our website – http://www.fcatv.org/live2

 

This Week on FCA

Coming up this week on Foxboro Cable Access:

On Monday Mark Stopa sits down with members of the Varsity Girls Basketball Team…Watch sports talk Monday and Tuesday at 7pm

On Tuesday watch a replay of the Girls Varsity Basketball team take on North Attleboro. This game was originally taped on January 28th and will air at 8pm on Monday & Tuesday.

On Wednesday learn about legendary town artist Homer White. This is a special rebroadcast from a 1989 documentary produced by Dick Legee and hosted by Town Historian Jack Authelet. Hear from Homer in his own words…Homer White Special airs Wednesday and Thursday on the Government Channel

On Friday catch up on town issues with the rebroadcast of the Foxboro School Committee Meeting at noon and Foxboro Board of Selectmen at 4pm

For a completing listing of upcoming programs, check out our website…www.fcatv.org….you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

We hope you can join us and thanks for supporting community media.