QATV News

Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA) of the 8th Congressional District talks about national and local issues.

Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey talks with Jennie Hallisey, Scott Smith, Michelle Andrews and Kristin Houlihan about keeping students safe during the prom and graduation season.

Ruth Jones (Director of Nursing, Quincy Health Dept.) discusses eye health with Dr. Jeanne Hopkins (Optometrist, Manet's Vision Center) and Annie Smith (CPO, Manet's Vision Center).

QATV will be closed on Thursday due to the impending Nor'easter. AM Quincy will not be broadcast on Thursday as well. Stay tuned to QATV for any storm related information and updates from the City of Quincy.

Watch QATV for live coverage of Mayor Thomas Koch's "State of the City" address on Tuesday, January 31st.  Coverage will begin at 7pm on QATV-11.

Replays of the address will be shown on Wednesday, February 1st at Noon and Friday, February 3rd at 7pm on QATV-11 and Thursday, February 2nd at 9pm on QATV-8.  Replays will also be shown on Saturday, February 4th and Sunday, February 5th.

Lt. Dan Minton, Crime Prevention Officer for the Quincy Police Department, offers tips and information to stay safe and protect your valuables when at a health or fitness club.

QATV is holding an Orientation to TV on Tuesday, January 10th.  Orientation is the first step to become a member at QATV.  For more information, or to register, call 617-376-1440.

Rev. Jack Swanson of Union Congregational Church provides information about the church's Christmas Eve services.

Members, friends and family of Quincy Access Television read Clement Clarke Moore's famous poem, "Twas the Night Before Christmas".

Santa & his Elves will be arriving by parachute at Pageant Field tomorrow, Saturday December 3rd at 12:30 pm!

Rev. Jack Swanson of Union Congregational Church talks about the church's fair to be held on November 19th.

Quincy Access Television will have live audio coverage of the 84th annual Thanksgiving Day football game between the Quincy Presidents and the North Quincy Red Raiders on Thanksgiving morning, November 24th. Live audio coverage will begin with a pre-game show at 9:30am, followed by live audio play-by-play at 10am. QATV's Jonathan Caliri will call the play-by-play, Jim Timmins will serve as color analyst and Noel DiBona will report from the sidelines.

Replays of the game can be seen on QATV-8 starting Thanksgiving afternoon. The replay times are:
Thanksgiving Day: 4pm, 8pm, Midnight
Friday, November 25th: Noon, 8pm
Saturday, November 26th: Noon, 10pm
Sunday, November 27th: 8pm

If you are traveling out of Quincy on Thanksgiving, you can follow the action with QATV by visiting football.iscorecast.com and enter customer ID 68BF84C2B6 to follow a live, play-by-play scorecast, follow QATV on Twitter @QuincyAccessTV or like QATV on Facebook for updates during the big game!

As part of the Thanksgiving Football coverage, QATV will show "classic" Thanksgiving football games leading up to the 2016 matchup.
Saturday, November 19th at 8pm: 1989
Sunday, November 20th at 8pm: 1990
Monday, November 21st at 9pm: 2000
Tuesday, November 22nd at 9pm: 2010
Wednesday, November 23rd at 9pm: 2015

QATV will provide live coverage of the 64th annual Quincy Christmas Parade on Sunday, November 27th beginning at 1pm.  QATV's Bette Campbell and Joe Catalano will host coverage of the annual parade!  A replay of the parade can be seen at 6pm.  For additional replay times, please visit the QATV-8 Program Schedule or call 617-376-1440.

Rev. Jack Swanson of Union Congregational Church provides information about Three Renewal Services, Friday, November 11th - Sunday, November 13th.

A forum hosted by the Quincy Democratic City Committee presenting both sides of each of the 4 questions appearing on the Nov 8th ballot.

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