E-Mail: canton.tv@comcast.net  

Voice: 781-821-0008

Fax:    781-821-0884 

     

Location:    900 Randolph Street, Canton, Massachusetts 02021


Channel Listings to the right of this page:


Government Channel: 

Visit Cable 22 / Verizon 42

For government meetings, playback times and more. Click to the “Government Page” for important links to the town page, notes on the meetings, related “Canton Citizen” articles and much more.

Student Station

Visit Cable 12 /Verizon 41

For CHS sports, school events and school committee and student productions. Click to “The Student Station” for important school committee links, related “Canton Citizen’’ articles, videos and more.

Community Channel:

Visit Cable 8 or Verizon 43 for community volunteer programs and local events. Click to “Community Station” for Canton videos related “Canton Citizen” articles and much more.


The television schedule is typically updated on Thursdays.

Local TV Schedule:

May 24 - 30, 2018

Veteran’s Memorial Park Dedication Honoring American Legion Post #24

6 AM, Noon, 6 PM


Honoring Canton Veterans:

Canton Veteran’s Agent Tony Andreotti had interviewed cozens of Canton Veterans about their service in WWII, Korea and Vietnam.

7 AM, 1 PM, 7 PM


CCOA Senior Center Presentation:  

Canton Police Officer Bob Zepf with police dog “Dunkin” demonstrate how the dog detects narcotics.

11 AM, 5 PM.


Softball vs Foxboro:

6 AM, Noon, 6 PM, Midnight


Boys Lacrosse vs Mansfield: 

8 AM, 2 PM, 8 PM


Pops Concert:

10 AM, 4 PM, 10 PM

Walk, Bike, Hike Committee of May 17 Repeats Thursday-Tues.

(May 24-29)

6 AM, 2 PM, 10 PM


Planning Board of May 23

Repeats Thursday-Tues.

(May 24-29)

8 AM, 4 PM, Midnight


Galvin Middle School production of “Annie”

Historical Trio Concert at the Bradley Estate

Proms, graduation and celebration as the 2018

school year comes to a close.

    Watch the ‘‘Student Station” in the upcoming weeks.

OH NO! Our old playback computer for TV programs was placed on double doody as we transition into our new HD system and it died from overwork. We pushed the virtual engine too hard! These shows will be repeated next week as we bring the new HD video playback system on-line.

However, links Canton Community programs and government meetings work fine.