Concord On Air 2016

Concord On Air 2016

What is Concord On Air?

Concord Community TV (ConcordTV) is pleased to announce the 5t h annual televised production of Concord On Air, a 12 hour “live” telecast celebrating the city of Concord, New Hampshire, its citizens, and creative culture.

On Sunday, October 16, 2016, from 9 AM to 9 PM , people from the Concord region, State, (and around the world) will be able to tune in to see

ConcordTV’s Live televised production of Concord On Air, where the City of Concord and its people are the stars .

Concord, NH cable subscribers will be able to watch this exciting telecast on ConcordTV’s local TV channels (Public Access Channel 22, Government Channel 17, and Education Channel 6. And for those who are not in the Concord area, or cannot receive our channels, they will be able to watch a live stream of the telecast on

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What will be featured during the Telecast?


The Telecast will feature more than 70 video clips on the City’s government, schools, businesses, nonprofits, neighborhoods, and arts and culture, demonstrating to our viewers just how vibrant and active Concord, NH really is.

Viewers will also get to know our city’s 2016 Most Fascinating Individuals (nominated by members of the community).

About this year’s theme:
Concord, NH: A Focus on Community, its Citizens and Culture.


Concord, NH’s cultural scene continues to grow and thrive, so it was clear when deciding on this year’s theme to not only focus on the City’s vibrant and newly designed Main Street, the emerging diversity of its citizens, and bustling school and business activities, but to also feature those creative organizations and individuals that contribute to a flourishing cultural scene.

About Concord Community TV: ConcordTV is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in 1998. Its mission is to help Concord residents, and nonprofits that serve the Concord area, learn how to: create video content that helps them “tell their stories; ” and distribute their content locally on the station’s three community TV channels and on internet marketing platforms. ConcordTV provides: On air Community Bulletin Board for local groups and nonprofits to publicize meetings and events; Live coverage of Concord City Council, Planning Board and Zoning Board meetings; Coverage of Concord School Board meetings; coverage of community events; classes in camera, editing, studio production, marketing, and youth video and filmmaking camps. Concord On Air is also a fundraiser for ConcordTV through sponsorships and viewer donations.Dollars raised are used to purchase state­-of-­the art equipment that is available to the public as part of the ConcordTV mission.