FCA is pleased to announce that, beginning Monday, April 14, 2013 and running through election day, Tuesday, April 30, 2013, back-to-back-to-back episodes of Foxborough Central will feature all three candidates running for the two three-year seats on Foxboro Board of Selectmen.
These one-on-one interviews feature each candidate speaking with host Bob Hickey as they talk about their goals, vision of the town and desire to serve. All three candidates currently serve in volunteer elected or appointed positions and bring their own personal perspectives and leadership styles to the interview table.
Please join Hickey and guests Jim DeVellis, John Gray and Lynda Walsh on FCA Comcast 8 or FCA Verizon 39 at one of the convenient times listed below:
Jim DeVellis – Mon 4/14 & Tue 4/15 at 7pm, Tue 4/15 & Wed 4/16 2am, 11am
John Gray – Mon 4/14 & Tue 4/15 at 7:30pm, Tue 4/15 & Wed 4/16 2:30am, 11:30am
Lynda Walsh – Mon 4/14 & Tue 4/15 at 8pm, Tue 4/15 & Wed 4/16 3am, noon
Full length video of each episode is also available on FCA’s Video Plus website, video.fcatv.org
For more information about Foxborough Central or Foxboro Cable Access, call us at 508-543-4757, log on to our Website at www.fcatv.org or stop by our new downtown location at 28 Central Street, Foxboro, MA 02035.
Foxboro Cable Access is a non-profit corporation created by the Board of Selectmen and funded through a license agreement with the town of Foxboro. We are organized to provide and actively promote public local cable channels for interested Foxboro residents who want to produce and/or cablecast video programming of local interest. We are a group of dedicated individuals committed providing the equipment, resources and environment needed to encourage local cable access.
To this end we provide training for the youth and adults in the community, studio and editing facilities in multiple locations, and live and taped access on local cable channels for information and local programming. We actively promote FCA to provide understanding of what FCA is, how it can individually and collectively benefit the community, and to encourage its use within the entire community of Foxboro.