SF Commons is San Francisco Public Access television. Housed at BAVC since 2009, SF Commons provides any current city resident who wants to produce a show access to video equipment, a television studio, low-cost trainings, and a time-slot on cable TV. Our local producers create media that matters to them and their communities covering a wide range of issues, topics and interests. Content is both broadcast locally and streamed online.
Whether you have opinions about broadcast quality or content, we want to hear from you.
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 public, educational, and government television services for San Francisco residents, ensuring that locally-produced, non-commercial media remains an essential component to free expression and engagement at a local level.
Public Access television has a vibrant and storied history in San Francisco. Would you like to contribute your work as an artist, community journalist, storyteller, activist to public access TV? No show is turned away, and we offer our services to help you develop the skills to create broadcast-ready content.
For more information contact Anne Simmons, SF Commons Manager:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 558-2123
Hours of Operation: Tuesdays–Friday 12–7 pm, Saturdays 10 am–4 pm