• Watch the 2016 Fall River History Lecture Series

    Fall River Historical Society is presenting three lectures about interesting aspects of Fall River history in July, and FRCMedia will be on hand to film the presentations and share them with the community. 

  • FRCMedia Launches Discover Fall River

    FRCMedia is pleased to announce the launch of a new television special entitled Discover Fall River. Discover Fall River focuses on city attractions of interest to locals and tourists alike.


    You can view the entire program and the individual segments of the show on our Discover Fall River page.

  • Watch the Latest Episode of FRCMedia News

    FRCMedia launched its new television program FRCMedia News on Thursday


    Watch the latest episode on demand. 

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Be Seen

Fall River Community Television (FRCTV) is the City of Fall River's Public Access Television station. Fall River residents and organizations can produce programs which can be seen on Channel 95 on the Fall River Comcast cable television system. This is local television by Fall River residents, for Fall River residents.


Be Active

More and more people are connecting with family and friends in ways unimaginable only a few years ago. Check out resources on where we tie in FRCMedia to a variety of social media platforms. It's a great way to tap into what others in Fall River are talking about! 



Be Informed

Stay up-to-date on the latest Fall River news with Fall River Community Media's online news site, FRCMedia News.  FRCMedia News is a multi-media platform where you can learn about the people, events, and neighborhoods that impact Fall River.  It's a great reseource on what's happening in the city.

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FRCMedia News- July 21, 2016

July 22

Here is this week’s edition of FRCMedia News more

Hot Dogs & Cool Cats

July 21

Here are the pets up for adoption the week of July 20th at Forever Paws no kill animal Shelter in Fall River. For more information call the shelter at (508) 677- more

Tips On Heat Exhaustion Prevention

July 21

With the weather in the upcoming few days expected to be in the 90’s or above, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health is advising residents to take precautions when heading outdoors this weekend. The following information is more