The September schedule for independent community TV channel DCTV is now available.
Woop! It’s that time of the month again, and we’ve got a new schedule for September which you can read about below. We’ve got some treats in store this month, our Independent Media block has been given over to the work of Joanne Richardson and we’ve a new mould breaking drama called The House. Richardson films look at the lives of Romanian women, globalisation and the difficulties facing political activists in a post-communist Eastern Europe. We’ve also significantly revised the content in our Gimme the Camera block, packing it with the work of more up and coming film makers. If there’s anything we’re most proud of this month, it’s bringing the drama series The House to the air.
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Dublin Community Television (DCTV) is Ireland’s newest TV broadcaster, having secured a 10-year Community Licence from the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI). It is run by a co-operative and Dublin’s only community TV station. With offices in Temple Bar and the Digital Hub, DCTV has plans to base small-scale production facilities around the city, making video and television production and transmission as accessible as possible.