• FRCMedia Wins Overall Excellence Award

    FRCMedia has been recognized for its excellence in producing and delivering local programming by the Alliance for Community Media, Northeast Region.


    Learn more about FRCMedia's latest award.

  • PSA Day October 4th

    FRCMedia is calling on Fall River non-profit organizations to take part in our next PSA Days event.


    Find out how you can have FRCMedia create a PSA for your organization, free of charge!

  • FRCMedia To Celebrate Free Speech Week

    FRCMedia is proud to be a partner in celebrating Free Speech Week 2016.


    Find out how FRCMedia plans to celebrate our right to freedom of expression.

  • 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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FRCMedia News- September 29, 2016

September 30

Here is this week’s edition of the FRCMedia News television program more

Holy Name Elementary School Goes Solar

September 28

Holy Name Elementary School in Fall River is in the process of getting solar panels installed on about ten thousand square feet of what makes up its roof. According to School Director, Reverend Jay T. Maddock, Holy Name is the first more

Local Reaction To First Presidential Debate

September 28

The first Presidential Debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, was aired for an hour and a half this week. At Bristol Community College on Elsbree Street the debate was re-aired to a more