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Now Showing on HCAT

by Don Cronin
May 10, 2014

Updated May 9, 2014

HOLLISTON CABLE ACCESS TELEVISION PUBLIC CHANNEL

HCAT's new web site is a great improvement over our previous site. It provides better interaction between our viewers and the studio. You can now sign up to crew a show, order DVDs of our shows, and best of all, watch our programs via your PC whenever you wish.  An issue has been identified that does not allow viewers with iOS devices (iPhone, iPad) to view our programs via the new HCAT web site.  The issue is being addressed by the company that hosts our video on demand service and we hope to have a resolution in the near future.

iOS users are not out of luck though.  There is a link on our web site that will take you directly to the video hosting service that does support iOS devices.  Select "VIDEO" from the main menu then "On Demand".  Click on the link "hcat.pegcentral.com".  You will have access to all of our video on demand selections and they will play fine on your iPhone or iPad.  You can also go directly to hcat.pegcentral.com using your browser to access the video server.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call us at the studio at 508-429-8979 or email us at office@hcattv.org.

PUBLIC Channel Comcast 8,  FIOS 32

Just Thinking - Valor Act 2

Host Mary Greendale has a discussion with state representative Carolyn Dykema about veteran's issues and the Valor Act 2. The questions of what do we owe our soldiers and is it our responsibility to take care of them are discussed.

Sunday 8:00pm

Tuesday 9:00pm

Wednesday 6:00pm

Thursday 1:00pm

Video On Demand:http://hcat.pegcentral.com/player.php?video=4c2da74d05563490fe3e83e1da74ef09

Girl's Varsity LaCrosse

Holliston vs. Westwood 4/8/14

Friday 9:00pm, Sunday 6:00pm, Wednesday 1:00pm

 

Holliston vs. Hopkinton 4/16/14

Friday 10:00pm, Sunday 7:00pm, Wednesday Noon time

 

EDUCATIONAL CHANNEL, Comcast 96, FIOS 33

School Committee Meeting 

Next Live meeting is May 15st at 7:00pm.

Meetings are re-broadcast on the following Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday at 8:00 pm.Watch the meeting on Video On Demand. Go to www.hcattv.org. Click Video On Demand button.

 

GOVERNMENT CHANNEL, Comcast 11, FIOS 34

BOARD OF SELECTMEN - Live Coverage!

Next meeting: May 14 at 7:30pm

Meetings are re-broadcast on the following Saturday 5:00pm, Sunday 5:00pm & Monday 8:00 pm. Watch the meeting on Video On Demand. Go to www.hcattv.org. Click Video On Demand button.

FINANCE COMMITTEE - Live Coverage!

Next meeting scheduled: TBA

Replayed Thursday 8:00pm, Friday 9:00am, Saturday 11:00am.

Video On Demand. Go to www.hcattv.org

 

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