ACCESS BELLINGHAMPublic Access Television
Sunday Nights beginning at 6p on Comcast channel 10&321 or on Century Link channel 40&1040. You can also find us online at the City of Bellingham website.
Access Bellingham is public access television for the City of Bellingham. It is a chance for our community to share the interests, arts, adventures, issues and stories that make Bellingham unique.
In 2015 EJ Visuals partnered with the City of Bellingham to provide video and editing training and to help the Bellingham community create programs for public access television. Our goal is to provide the tools, training and support to bring your stories to life.
Bellingham residents are encouraged to submit programs to Access Bellingham. You can find out how to submit your video by visiting the City of Bellingham website at http://www.cob.org/services/education/accessbellingham.
Programs air on Sunday evenings at 6pm on Bellingham Television (BTV). You can find us on Comcast channel 10 and 321, or on Century Link channels 40 and 1040. Or watch online through the City of Bellingham’s YouTube livestream: https://www.cob.org/services/education/btv.
If want to get involved but don’t know where to start, consider taking one of our Camera Certification Classes
This website will answer many of your questions. For more information contact:
Director: Eero Johnson
or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Access Bellingham
Access Bellingham is public access television for Bellingham, Washington. Bellingham community members are encouraged to contribute by producing and submitting programming that reflects the spirit of our community. Videos will air on BTV, on Comcast cable channel 10 & 321, on Century Link channels 40 & 1040, and live on BTV’s live stream. The goal is to provide six hours of non-commercial, citizen-produced programming on Sunday evenings, every week throughout the year. These programs will be aired without editorial review. Access Bellingham is adopting a “keep it simple” approach to the project, and we expect the program to evolve over time. Details about Access Bellingham can be found on the City’s website at: http://www.cob.org/services/education/accessbellingham/