Public Invited to Tour New Watertown Cable Studios

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The following announcement is provided by Watertown Cable Access TV:

The entire Watertown community is invited to come tour WCA-TV’s brand new studio!

Watertown Cable Access Corp. (WCA-TV) has officially opened its doors to the public after several months of renovation and relocation from Watertown High School. On April 11th from 4 p.m.-7 p.m., WCA-TV will host a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at its new location at 30 Common Street inside the Phillips Administration building.

“We’re so excited to finally be able to welcome the Watertown community into our new space,” says Andrea Santopietro, WCA-TV’s Executive Director. “After being closed for almost six months, it’s going to be a breath of fresh air to have our productions and workshops back in full swing. And we can’t wait to show everyone what new equipment and opportunities we have to offer.”

WCA-TV closed to the public back in August of 2023 prior to the start of the Watertown High School demolition. After relocating for a brief time to the Parker School building, WCA-TV finally moved into its new studio in December of 2023. After several months of unpacking, moving, and building out our new space, WCA-TV is now ready to welcome the public back. Throughout its closure, WCA-TV’s staff continued coverage and broadcast of community events, municipal meetings, Raiders sports, and news.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will include remarks from WCA-TV board and staff members, as well as other esteemed guests. After the ceremony, guests can enjoy light refreshments, participate in tours, and take part in many different interactive stations throughout the studio.

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About WCA-TV

Watertown Cable Access Corporation (WCA-TV) is a public access media center dedicated to empowering the diverse residents of the vibrant city of Watertown, Massachusetts, to tell their own stories. WCA-TV is a welcoming space where all voices can be heard, offering its members the opportunity to build state-of-the-art multimedia skills and broadcast-quality content through affordable education and access to equipment. WCA-TV also informs Watertown residents about issues that affect them through public, educational, and governmental (PEG) programming. Website:

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