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. We are open Monday-Wednesday from 8am-6pm, Thursdays 9am-7pm, Fridays 8am-5pm and Saturdays by appointment. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact us by phone at: (781) 449-6964 or by email at: email@example.com
New This Week:
Football season is here again and Needham Channel Sports will be at every game. Tune to our Community, Education and HD Channels to see the opener against Natick, with the September 14th contest at Hopkinton to debut Monday night at 7pm on our Community and HD Channels!
The Zoning Board of Appeals will be meeting on Thursday, September 20th at the PSAB. Tune to our Municipal Channel at 7:30pm for LIVE coverage.
Watch The Needham Channel News LIVE every Thursday at 7:30pm on our Community Channel for the latest news, sports and entertainment!
Each Monday, the Carter Methodist Church service debuts at 3pm on our Community Channel.
The most recent Sunday service from the First Baptist Church debuts Wednesdays at 3pm on the Needham Community Channel.
The Board of Selectmen meeting from September 11th is currently running on our Municipal Channel. Click the listings link above for broadcast days and times.
The School Committee is back in session! You can watch their first meeting of the new school year, from September 11th, on our Municipal, Education and HD Channels. Click the listings link above for broadcast days and times.
"What's My House Worth?" reviews August housing sales, airing on our Community Channel all this month.
This Week’s TNC Featured Video
This year the Needham Channel is participating in the Go Green Needham campaign being held by the Green Needham Collaborative and the Needham League of Women Voters. Find out some of the things TNC is doing to be a little more environmentally conscious.