• Fall River Cable Television Survey

    As part of Fall River’s cable franchise renewal process, we’re collecting data about Comcast Communications and Fall River’s community access channels (FRCMedia, FRED-TV, and FRG-TV).  


    Please share your input by taking a brief survey and you’ll have a chance to win one of two $100 Amazon Gift Cards!


  • Celebrate BCC Next Week

    Two major community celebrations will take place at Bristol Community College next week, and FRCMedia will be on hand to provide extensive live coverage.


    Join us as we broadcast the inauguration of BCC’s fourth president and commencement exercises.  Watch on Channel 95 or stream the festivities on our website.

  • FRCMedia News -- June 14, 2018

    This week we provide updates on Fall River’s Pay As You Throw (PAYT) and street sweeping programs and a look back at last weekend’s Day of Portugal celebration.  

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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.


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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! 



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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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Friday, June 22nd
Friday, June 22nd

Re-Dedication Ceremony At Cook Pond

June 15

A re-dedication ceremony of the newly renovated boat ramp and pier at Cook Pond in Fall River’s southend was held today. The half million dollar construction project was dedicated to the late State Representative Matthew J. Kuss. In more

Latest FRC Media News Wrap Up

June 15

Here is the latest FRC Media News Program aired weekly on Thursday, and Friday evenings beginning at 6:00 p.m. Our show is a wrap up of the latest events during the previous week. If you’d like to contribute to our news program with more

Learn About The Quequechan River Rail Trail

June 14

For Immediate Release Alliance to Save the Trail Informational Meeting Announcement Contact:    Brian Pearson Phone:        508-678-3814 Email:        btrekman@comcast.net Our Quequechan Rail Trail is Threatened – Learn the more