370 Hollis St. Holliston, MA 01746 508-429-8979

Visit Our VIDEO ON DEMAND

  • HCAT Control Room

    The HCAT control room for in studio productions.

  • Training Sessions

    Become a part of our team and learn how to produce your own program.

  • Video Editing

    Learn to edit on our state of the art Avid Media Composer editing system.

  • Train with HCAT

    See what HCAT can teach you in our training sessions

  • HCAT

    Our studio is locatred in leased space in the Holliston High School building.  Drop by for a tour and check out the possibilites!

  • Downtown Holliston

    Holliston Cable Access Inc serves the community of Holliston MA providing local programming for Comcast and Verizon FIOS subscribers.

  • Watch Your Favorite Show

    Watch as professional quilt maker Linda Ramrath creates all types of beautiful quilts and gives you tips!

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TRAINING WITH HCAT

FREE training is available for all aspects of video production which results in a progam airing on the Holliston access channel(s) to all Holliston residents.  We welcome you to meet with us to discuss your ideas.  We will schedule training sessions that are convenient for you and give you the skills needed to produce a program.  You can work alone or join other volunteers to work on a new or existing program.  The choice is yours!

VOLUNTEER WITH HCAT

All of the programs you see on the Holliston access television channels are produced by volunteers.  Many opportunities exist to produce your own program or work with other volunteers on an existing program.  Join us, it's FUN!

REQUEST A PROGRAM COPY

HCAT maintains a video library of all programs aired on our channels.  A DVD may be purchased for a small fee to have a copy of your own.  Whether it is have a keepsake of your child playing sports, a reference for future use such as a quiliting show of interest, or a copy of a program discussing a subject that you wish to have access to in the future.  Place your order now. 

PRODUCTION TIP

It's usually best to film a scene using multiple shots, giving different perspectives to what's being covered (different angles, different magnifications, etc), but don't overdo it.