• Watch North Pole LIVE!

    FRCMedia hosted Santa and Mrs. Claus for our North Pole LIVE! program.


    You can now view the program on demand.

  • FRCMedia News- December 1, 2016

    On this holiday edition of FRCMedia News we talk with Mayor Jasiel Correia on the city's new marketing slogan.  


    We also look at how the city is looking to increase its revenue base through the leasing of LED billboards.


    Watch this week's show on demand.

  • Watch Our Latest PSAs

    Click on the link below to view our 2016 public service announcements (PSAs) produced on behalf of Fall River-area nonprofit organizations.

  • Bayhawks Basketball Returns

    FRCMedia will once again be the exclusive television home of Bristol Bayhawks basketball


    Find out more as we prepare to televise every men's and women's home games all season long.

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Thursday, December 8th
Thursday, December 8th

Hot Dogs & Cool Cats

December 8

Here are the latest pets up for adoption at Forever Paws Animal Shelter, a no kill facility located at 300 Lynnwood Street in Fall River. For more information on these featured dogs and cats, or any other available pet, call the shelter more

Durfee Construction Project Update

December 8

The Fall River School Department is one step closer to hiring a designer to develop a feasibility study on whether to construct a brand new Durfee High school or to remodel the current structure on Elsbree Street. That according to Director more

A Study Of Cemetery Issues To Get Underway

December 8

The cemetery clean-up issues in Fall River will finally be addressed now that the Board of Park Commissioners has agreed to set up a new three-member subcommittee to study how the city should care for its historic cemeteries. The agreement more