Showing posts with label video on demand. Show all posts
Showing posts with label video on demand. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Candidate Forum video available on demand - 10/21/21

The video of the Candidate Forum held Thursday, Oct 21, 2021 is now available on demand at Franklin TV

Video link ->

This link will also lead you to the other candidate videos available to play on demand =>

Town Councilor Brian Chandler makes a point during Forum
Town Councilor Brian Chandler makes a point during Forum

Monday, September 27, 2021

Franklin TV: "Demand! Videos on Demand – and now, Podcasts on Demand"

by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director 09/26/2021

The media world keeps expanding. Our services keep expanding. And with that, the work to support them, but expand we must. People demand on demand services. This week we have added audio podcasts to our wfpr●fm website. Not only can you listen live, anytime, anywhere, you can now listen to any of wfpr●fm’s past programs – on demand, as audio podcasts.

Our entire podcast library is online at wfpr●fm. Click on ‘Past Shows’. Easy! They are also posted on Franklin Matters.

That’s a lot of podcasts. Like the old George Carlin skit on those Fabulous TV Music Collections: Every Recording Ever Made. “Take a 10 year sabbatical and listen to these fine recordings.”

Question: Is podcasting in your future? What would your podcast sound like? We can help. Let’s discuss. You could be on the radio – on demand – and in demand as a podcast.

Call us at 509=541-4118, or email us at: info@wfpr●fm, or info@Franklin●TV
And –  as always –
Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm
And, thank you for watching. Podcasts on Demand Podcasts on Demand

Get this week's program guide for Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio ( online  or for archive purposes

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

FHS Theatre Company announces year end performance to be held June 18-20

FHS Theatre Company (@FranklinHSDrama) tweeted on Tue, May 11, 2021:

We are super excited to bring our two year end productions to our season. Bright Star Concert Version (a completely live-in-person-outdoor event) and Bethel Park Falls (a film adaptation). Shows will be held on the weekend of June 18th-20th. Stay tuned for ticketing information!
 Shared from Twitter:

FHS Theatre Company announces year end performance to be held Jun 18-20
FHS Theatre Company announces year end performance to be held Jun 18-20

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Milestone Cranberry Bog videos

"Thank you all for attending today's (Monday, Nov 9) event "Milestone Cranberry Bogs: A discussion with Nantucket Conservation Foundation Ranger, Allen Reinhard"  attached is a link to all the videos that were shown today.  
Ironically I have figured out how to link them all together now. 
Stay well and keep the Human connection alive during this time of social distancing,"



Ariel Doggett

Virtual Program Coordinator
Respite Coordinator

"We rise by lifting others" - Robert Ingersoll
There is no act of kindness too small
The first video (use the link ave to find the series)

Friday, September 18, 2020

Recording of Micro Grant Information Session Available for Replay

Franklin Downtown Partnership
If you missed yesterday's informational Zoom meeting on the Micro-Enterprise Grant Opportunity, you can watch a recording of it on YouTube (
Franklin Downtown Partnership • 774-571-3109 •

Franklin Downtown Partnership | 9 E. Central St., Franklin, MA 02038
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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

"We want voters to know these candidates they might not be familiar with”

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin. In the run up to the September primary, this debate should be one good piece of input for voter decisions. If you miss the 7 PM live stream on Wednesday, it should be available for replay after.
"All nine Democratic candidates competing for Rep. Joe Kennedy III’s U.S. House seat will face off Wednesday night in a livestreamed debate hosted by six local Democratic town committees. 
“All of the candidates are from ... wealthier parts of the district. The issues that are at the forefront there are not the same issues we have out here,” Milford Democratic Town Committee Chair Bryan Cole said. “So we want to make sure that our concerns, that Milford’s concerns, are at the forefront of their minds.” 
Kennedy is running for the U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. Edward Markey. 
Six of the Democratic candidates are from Brookline, two are from Newton, and one is from Wellesley. They are Brookline’s David Cavell, Alan Khazei, Ihssane Leckey, Natalia Linos, Jesse Mermell, and Benjamin Sigel; Newton’s Jack Auchincloss and Becky Grossman; and Wellesley’s Christopher Zannetos. 
Two Republicans are vying for a spot opposite the winning Democrat on the ballot – David Rosa of Dighton and Julie Hall of Attleboro."
Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)

The link to the Milford TV post which in turn provides link to the live stream on Wednesday

Or go direct to Milford TV

Note: the service Milford TV uses for their video on demand is what Franklin TV has just installed.

go direct to Milford TV
go direct to Milford TV