Are you interested in learning about TV production?  Want to learn how to use a camcorder or maybe how to edit video?  Worried about having to fit your busy schedule into a rigid block of classes?  Wash away those concerns because QATV has announced that classes will be held by appointment throughout the winter and beyond!

Training sessions in studio production (Studio A and/or Studio B), camcorder and editing can all be made by appointment.  Sessions are available Monday-Thursday, morning, afternoon and night.  Friday sessions are available morning and early afternoon.

New to QATV?  Schedule an appointment for an "Orientation to QATV" and we'll get you up to speed in no time!

For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call 617-376-1440 ext 224.

Last month, QATV’s video playback server stopped working. After attempts to repair the server were unsuccessful, we are now working on obtaining and installing a replacement. During this time, we will be unable to run a full programming schedule, but will run a limited schedule of programs where possible. Live programming, including city council meetings, AM Quincy, and Currently in Quincy are not affected, and will continue to air at their normal times.

We appreciate your patience, and we will keep you updated during this process. We look forward to returning to a full programming schedule as soon as we can.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at Quincy Access Television!

On December 4, 2018, the Quincy Symphony Orchestra, along with students and faculty from Quincy Public Schools, performed a selection of holiday favorites.

Public Service Announcement - no fines on everything returned to a Quincy library through January 2, 2019!

Officials from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council delivered their Health Impact Assessment report for the proposed Fore River Compressor Station during a meeting at Quincy High School on November 15, 2018.

The 2018 Thanksgiving football game between the Quincy Presidents and the North Quincy Red Raiders can be heard live on QATV-8 on Thanksgiving morning. Live audio coverage will begin at 9:30am with a pre-game show, followed by game coverage starting at 10am.  QATV’s Jonathan Caliri will call the play-by-play and Jim Timmins will serve as color analyst.

The game will be shown on QATV-8 several times Thanksgiving weekend. The game can be seen Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd, at 4:00pm, 8:00pm and Midnight.

Additional times include:
Friday, November 23rd at Noon and 8pm
Saturday, November 24th at Noon and 10pm
Sunday, November 25th at 8pm

For more information about QATV’s Thanksgiving football programming, visit or call 617-376-1440 ext. 224.

Quincy Access Television (QATV) has announced that “classic” Thanksgiving football games between the Quincy Presidents and the North Quincy Red Raiders will air on QATV-8 during the week of Thanksgiving. Classic games include wins by each school, a scoreless-tie, and last year’s victory by North Quincy.

The schedule of games is:
Saturday, November 17th – 1989 (North 27, Quincy 26)
Sunday, November 18th – 1996 (Quincy 12, North 7)
Monday, November 19th – 1983 (0-0 Tie)
Tuesday, November 20th – 1998 (North 21, Quincy 6)
Wednesday, November 21st – 2017 (North 7, Quincy 6)
**all games will play on QATV-8 at 8pm**

Ruth Jones, Director of Nursing for the City of Quincy, hosts representatives, in favor and against, Ballot Question #1 in the November 6th election.

Quincy City Clerk Nicole Crispo provides information about the upcoming November 6th election.

Watch Quincy Access Television for live election results on Tuesday, November 6th beginning at 8pm.  Hosted by QATV's Joe Catalano and Mark Crosby, Election Night coverage will include results of how Quincy voted, interviews with candidates, ballot question representatives, and representatives from the Quincy Democratic and Republican City Committees.

For more information about QATV's Election Night coverage, please call 617-376-1440.

As part of our commitment to bringing you in-depth coverage of Quincy’s elections, QATV has offered to all candidates on the November ballot, the opportunity to produce up to a five-minute message about their candidacy. This year, for the first time, we also extended invitations to organizations advocating for or against this year’s three ballot questions. The following presentation of these messages reflects QATV’s commitment to bringing you the information you need to help you make an informed choice when you cast your ballot.

The Alliance for Community Media Northeast Region has announced that Quincy Access Television won 4 awards in the recent 2018 Nor'easter Video Festival.  The entries, from programs that first aired in 2017, were produced by the staff of QATV and student interns from the Quincy High School TV Production program.

QATV was awarded Overall Excellence in the $751K+ budget category.  Overall Excellence is awarded to the station that best shows the effectiveness of the center’s Public, Educational, and/or Government programming efforts, diversity of programs produced, and value to the community served over the course of the year.

"Quincy in Focus", QATV's monthly news magazine program, took home 2nd Place in the News & Magazine Format category.  Quincy in Focus has aired on QATV since 2005, highlighting events and happenings throughout Quincy from the previous month.

QATV was also awarded 3rd Place in the Municipal/Government Programming category for its entry "Dog Days of Summer", co-produced by the Quincy Recreation Department.  Dog Days provided information about the 2017 summer workshops and clinics offered by the Quincy Recreation Department.

Quincy High School students Teresa McMillen, Nicole Salvatore, Daniel Driscoll took home the 3rd Place award in the Student Programming category for "Rain or Shine" , a PSA about the inner workings of the MWRA.  The students, part of the QHS Television Production program taught by John Green, completed the project while interning at QATV.

All awards will be presented at the 2018 Nor'easter Awards Ceremony to be held on October 13th at the ACM Northeast Region Conference in Schenectady, New York.

A community meeting held on August 14, 2018 to discuss plans surrounding the opening of the Quincy Adams MBTA Station Independence Ave gate.