MCTV – Marshfield Community Access Channel

About MCTV – Marshfield Community Access Channel

Marshfield Community Television is more than a traditional public access station. Encompassing three channels, with a respective focus on Public, Education, and Government programming, MCTV is an award-winning station recognized throughout the midwest for its top-notch productions and quality programming.

A contracted service with the City of Marshfield, MCTV is governed by a Cable Committee and managed by an independent media contractor. With a fully operational television studio, editing suites, and control room, MCTV staff and volunteers film, edit, produce, and broadcast (both on-air and online) hundreds of original programs every year.

Programming encompasses everything from church services to cooking shows, sporting events to nonprofit features, talk shows to documentaries. Members of the community can learn how to operate a camera and equipment through a formal community producer course which then qualifies them to check out gear and produce their own programs.

Supporting the values of free speech and allowing for the expression of diverse points of view, MCTV recognizes community diversity and encourages communication, emphasizes community, and promotes participatory democracy. Other values include encouraging artistic expression, providing public interest programming, expanding educational access, and enhancing communication within the community.

MCTV can be viewed on Charter Cable Channels 989, 990, and 991, and online at