McFarland Cable Channel Links
The following is a list of links to other public access, broadcast, and McFarland-related websites. Clicking on any of these links takes you out of the Village of McFarland website. We are not responsible for the content of these or any other external websites.
Public Access-Related Web Sites
Alliance for Community Media
nonprofit, national membership organization which represents the interests of more than 1,000 public, educational and governmental (PEG) access organizations (generally known as “public access”) and public access Internet centers throughout the country.
National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors
professional association that supports and serves the telecommunications interests and needs of local governments. NATOA is made up of individuals and organizations responsible for (or advising those responsible for) telecommunications policies and services in local governments throughout the United States.
Wisconsin Association of PEG Access Channels
nonprofit organization dedicated to educating Wisconsin public, educational and governmental (PEG) access professionals, board members, municipal staff and elected officials on the benefit of access advocacy. The WAPC also allows members to share knowledge and stimulate networking and professional growth opportunities.
The Wisconsin Idea in Broadcasting
"Wisconsin has a right to be proud of its pioneer work in all phases of broadcasting, including its pioneering in program building as well as the scientific development of the art."
Broadcast-Related Web Sites
Federal Communications Commission
U.S. government agency which, in response to direction from the Congress, develops and implements policy concerning interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable.
National Association of Broadcasters
organization which represents the radio and television industries.
Public Broadcasting Service
National Public Radio
Wisconsin Public Television
Television dedicated to the public, providing non-commercial television and other communication services of high quality, integrity and diversity. Wisconsin Public Television will be a contributing citizen of Wisconsin, responding to a wide variety of individual and community interests as discovered through research, professional judgment and common understanding.
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) is an independent state agency that oversees more than 1,100 Wisconsin public utilities that provide electricity, heat, water and telecommunication services.