Wrentham Cable Access (WCAC) is a private non profit corporation that was created to manage the PEG (Public, Educational & Government) access channels for the town of Wrentham. WCAC is a member run organization meaning that the corporation is comprised of Wrentham residents who have “joined” our corporation as members. The Board of directors, which manage the day to day operation of the station are elected by our members from among our member pool. Membership is available to any Wrentham resident over the age of 18. Membership is free and once you join us you remain a member until either your residency changes or you request to be dropped from our member lists. To become a member call the station at 508-384-3888. It’s that easy.
Currently WCAC broadcasts on eight Channels. Four channels on Comcast, 8, 12, 22 and 98. And four on Verizon, 39, 38, 37 and 36. Channel 8 & 39 is our entertainment channel. Channel 22 and 38 is where we broadcast Wrentham government meetings. Channel 12 and 37 is our educational programming (Including but not limited to Wrentham Elementary, King Philip and Tri County Regional schools.) Channel 98 and 36 which is where we air Community Bulletins 24/7. WCAC is the entity that keeps the access channels in Wrentham working, WCAC maintains the equipment required for the continued broadcast and production of local programming and makes decisions regarding purchase of new equipment. WCAC also provides training in the use of the technology that we possess.