Falls Church Community Television

Falls Church Community Television We're streaming live! Check out our website: www.fcctv.net and fccps.org/OnDemand FCCTV is like three TV stations in one! It gives you a front-row seat at Falls Church City public meetings and at city and school events.

It also gives city residents and eligible, non-residents the opportunity to work on a television production crew or to produce their own television shows to air on FCC-TV. Technically speaking, FCCTV is a PEG station (Public Access, Education and Government) serving the City of Falls Church. The three-in-one agreement (tripartite agreement) makes FCC-TV a shared resource in a city that prides itself on community involvement. Its primary source of funding comes from a percentage of the revenue generated by cable television subscribers. If you really want to see the details, they’re in the franchise agreement. FCCTV airs in a limited viewing area on RCN Channel 2, Cox Channel 11, and Verizon Channel 35. Its programming is also available live and on demand via www.fcctv.net. Whether you’re sitting in the director’s chair or in your living room chair, please enjoy the show!

Operating as usual


7124 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA

West Falls Church Metro Station

General information

Hours of Operations: If you wish to schedule a night shoot, you may do so upon request, Monday - Friday. Please call 703.248.5538 or email at [email protected] to make a reservation.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 22:00
Thursday 09:00 - 22:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00


(703) 248-5538


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