Giving voice to the thoughts, dreams, opinions and community events not otherwise seen or heard on commercial and public radio, television and other popular forms of media.
The Sacramento Community Cable Foundation was begun as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit public service organization. It was founded in 1985 and given its IRS final ruling in 1986.
It is governed by a Board of Directors representing diverse segments of the Sacramento County community and is directed by an Executive Director, reporting to the Board of Directors, and a staff of nonprofit and media professionals.
Volunteer services, numbering thousands of hours per year, include work on radio and television production, training, internet and bulletin board activities, as well as more traditional nonprofit roles
Cable Radio and Television Production. Every year, thousands of Sacramento County residents come to our Coloma Community Center facilities to take classes, borrow production equipment, complete shows and cablecast their programs for, by and about our own Sacramento community and its concerns.
Cable Radio and Television Cablecasting. Every year Sacramento County residents have an opportunity to view thousands of hours of local original programming on our two television channels and additional programming on our two cable radio stations. On television, a typical programming week includes 6% educational, 76% informational and 19% recreational content. A recent snapshot of programming technical quality indicated the following breakdown on channel 73 Community Use” television.”