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Ayer Public Access Corporation to Give Education Its Own Channel
Beginning Monday April 8, 2019 at 12:00am, Ayer Public Access Corporation (APAC) will be making an exciting change to our channel lineup. Comcast channel 99 will be dedicated to Educational programming. The Bulletin Board that currently airs on channel 99 will be disbursed throughout all our channels 8, 9 and 99. Read more here.
ASRHS Panther Sports
The Ayer-Shirley Regional High School Panthers have been having a busy sports season this winter. Whether it's hockey, indoor track, or swimming; the Panthers have been giving 100%. APAC was able to film some of the Junior Varsity & Varsity boys and girls Basketball games. Read more here and click below to watch the Panther sports playlist:
ASRHS Fields Project Overview
AYER, MA- The towns of Ayer and Shirley are continuing discussions on the state of ASRHS Athletic Fields. APAC and the ASRSD collaborated on a short overview video on what this project entails. Join School Committee Member Dan Gleason, Ayer AD Steve Kendall, and Coach Phil Marchegiani as they go over the proposed plans. Find out more by watching the full video below:
Reorganized APAC Board of Directors Appoints Scott Kurland Executive Director
Scott Kurland joins APAC as executive director after stints in public access TV in Wilmington, Wakefield, Chelmsford, and education at Fitchburg State.
The Board of Directors APAC announced the appointment of Scott S. Kurland as executive director of the non-profit local-access television organization for the town.
Click here for full press release.
We are the non-profit corporation that provides access, training, and other assistance to organizations and residents of Ayer, Massachusetts, that wish to create public access content for Channels Eight, Nine, and Ninety Nine on the local cablecasting network. We record and cablecast important town and school committee meetings, school sports, and special events and help residents create special public affairs programs.
Our live and recorded programs are broadcast on Channel Eight and many past programs are now available for viewing on demand through the Viewer Dashboard.