MILLBRAE COMMUNITY TELEVISION
- Arts & Culture
- Board Development
- Computers & Technology
- Media & Broadcasting
LocationPO BOX 898MILLBRAE, CA 94030 United States
To facilitate communication and provide training utilizing video and other technologies, cultivating a greater sense of community across diverse cultures and generations.
Millbrae Community Television is a nonprofit organization operating as a PEG center or Public, Education and Government station. It manages the North Peninsula Community Media Center, which provides low-cost technology training and video production services. There are approximately 2,000 media centers across the country, many are the result of local governments collecting franchise fees from cable companies that operate within their boundaries.
This important telecommunication resource is administered for the public by a non-profit board of directors representing the community and funded in part by a small portion of the cable franchise agreements that cable companies have with the City of Millbrae. The Media Center allows local channels and the public to share resources and provide affordable access to cablecast local television and new media via the Internet.
MCTV currently manages a community access channel for the City of Millbrae and provides government channel management and production services to the cities of San Mateo, San Carlos and Brisbane.