SF Commons: San Francisco Public Access TV

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SF Commons is San Francisco Public Access television, housed at BAVC since 2009. Through a grant agreement with the City Department of Technology, SF Commons is able to provide access to video equipment, a television studio, low-cost trainings and a time-slot on cable TV for any current city resident who wants to produce a show.
In conjunction with SFGovTV and EATV, we provide PEG TV services for San Francisco residents, ensuring that locally-produced, non-commercial media maintain their place on your television dial–an essential component to free expression and engagement at a local level.
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Whether you’re watching on cable or online, SF Commons give viewers access to a wide variety of perspectives, talents and information. Public access TV is a showcase of the many sides of the city, which makes us uniquely San Francisco.
If you have cable TV in SF, we’re in your living room. Find us on Comcast 29 & 76, Astound 29 & 30 or AT&T 99. Also find us streaming online, on any mobile device:
SFCTV 29 |  SFCTV 76

ContactPRODUCE

Public access television is a community resource for individuals and non-profit organizations to get their messages out to a broad audience. If you would like to become an SF Commons Producer, contact us for an orientation or facility tour.
Hours of Operation: Tuesdays - Fridays 12 - 7pm, Saturdays 10am - 4pm
Location: 2727 Mariposa Street, 2nd Floor.
Contact: SF Commons Manager Anne Simmons at (415) 558-2123
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