Sterling-Lancaster Community Television, Inc. (SLCT) is a nonprofit corporation responsible for providing public access television to cable subscribers on Comcast channels 8 (Public) and 99 (Government).
In addition, we provide media services to residents in both Sterling and Lancaster. Examples of our services include:
SLCT is responsible for providing cable access equipment, facilities, and services to our members.
SLCT is not responsible for producing programs requested by the general public. However upon request, SLCT will conduct training in the operation of audio and video equipment and loan such equipment to qualified member-producers. We may otherwise assist individuals and organizations who wish to produce their own public access programming for cablecast on the public access channel. Access to public community television is an expression of your right to freedom of speech.
By agreement with the Boards of Selectmen in Sterling and Lancaster, SLCT makes every reasonable effort to record and cablecast meetings of both select boards and their respective Annual Town Meetings. Other public/governmental “coverage” is discretionary on the part of SLCT and is limited by resources and available volunteers.
Sterling-Lancaster Community Television was formed to provide Sterling and Lancaster residents, organizations, agencies, and institutions with free, non-commercial television production and related services on a first-come-first-served, non-discriminatory, non-monopolistic basis.
SLCT is administered by the volunteer SLCT Board of Directors and is a 501(c)3 organization.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS