A busy Tuesday at Town Hall

Tuesday, January 10 was a busy night for the Board of Selectmen, as they held a recess during their meeting to attend the Planning Board's Large House Review Presentation. Both meetings are airing on our Municipal Channel, while Mike Levin will have a report on both meetings on the January 12th edition of the Needham Channel News.

New NCS Winter Games!

A new NHS Girls Basketball game will debut Thursday night at 9pm on our Education Channel as the Rockets host an exciting matchup against Walpole! On Friday night at 8:30, tune to our Community Channel for the debut of Girls Hockey vs. Walpole.

A tradition since 1987!

Watch The Needham Channel News LIVE every Thursday at 7:30pm on our Community Channel. Tune in for a Needham tradition that dates back to 1987, for the latest news, sports and entertainment.

This week, learn how French citizens are doing when it comes to saving and thinking about retirement. With all the turmoil overseas, you may be surprised at the answer!
The Needham Community Television Development Corporation is a 501[c]3, not-for-profit corporation. We provide public access, educational and governmental programming through The Needham Channel for cable television subscribers in the town of Needham, Massachusetts. We welcome feedback from the community on all of our services, from our three access channels, to our website and video clips. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at info@needhamchannel.org.
Show ideas are always welcome at the Needham Channel. While we are interested in hearing what you would like to SEE, we are even more interested in hearing what you would like to DO! Volunteers and interns are what keep The Needham Channel running. If you would like to get involved with a production, or if you are a Needham resident who would like to start a program of your own, call executive director Marc Mandel at 781-449-6964 x101 to set up an appointment. We will provide training, expert advice and most of the resources you would need to get your show underway. If there is a show from another community that you would like to share with the Needham Channel, become a local sponsor. All it takes is a willingness to drop by the station, fill out some paperwork, and to have your name aired in connection with the program you would like to see.
When watching the Needham Channel, it is not always obvious when to tune in for a particular. Our station is not considered large enough to have on screen listings with our cable providers, which can make DVR recording difficult. However, it has never been easier to find out when your program will be on! Simply choose a channel (Community, Education or Municipal) and type in the name of the program you would like to see. You may also browse our listings in a schedule format. Finally, some of our programs are available for instant viewing on our "Watch it Now" page.
Sometimes you just want a copy of a program to watch at your leisure, or share with friends and family. Most of our programs are available for purchase. The cost is $15 for most DVDs and $20 for most BluRay duplications. How do you request a copy? SImply contact us at The Needham Channel, and we'll get the ball rolling. The usual turn-around time is a week for most requests. Payment is upon receipt, and is by cash or check only. We do not accept credit cards at this time.
Announcements for the Needham Channel's Community Bulletin Board can be submitted by interested individuals and non-profit organizations. New community announcements appear every week on Channel 9 Comcast, RCN 15, and Verizon 29. If you would like to have an announcement placed on our channel, send an email to cbb@needhamchannel.org. There is no cost for this service, but we do recommend sending the announcement at least two weeks in advance of any event.
Have a tip for our newscast? We are always looking for new stories to pursue for our live, weekly show, The Needham Channel News. Call extension 100 at 781-449-6964 or email news@needhamchannel.org. to make contact with the show's producer. Keep in mind that our newscast is largely staffed by volunteers, so the more advanced notice we have, the better!