by Christian Kallen
Feb. 12, 2014
The dream of having your own TV interview show, training video or even public service announcement became easier last month, when PCA.tv – Petaluma Community Access Television — opened its new production studio at their Keller Street location, just a short walk from downtown.
“We're inviting people in to learn how to use our studio and begin making their programs here,” said station manager Zach Smith, 24. He's a former Casa Grande High School student who has overseen the design and construction of the new 192-square foot studio.
What's more, the longstanding local TV network may also soon hit another type of airwaves; PCA has applied to the Federal Communications Commission for a low power FM radio license. It'll be a few months before they find out if their application was approved, but they hope to expand the current television programming into a radio broadcast as well.