List Of American Public Access Television Programs

This is a list of American public access television programs.

List

Series Location
(Home station)
Duration No. of episodes Host(s) Ref.
Alternative Views Austin, TX
(ACTV)
1978-1998 563 Douglas Kellner
Frank Morrow
[1]
AMOSTV Brooklyn, NY
(BCAT)
2005-2015 Christian Capello-Colon
Ryan Hellman
John Tarsitano
Anthony Macca
Rich Greco
Michael Douglas Polsky
Tim McCormack
The Atheist Experience Austin, TX
(ACTV)
1997- 908+ Matt Dillahunty
Russell Glasser
Don Baker
Jeff Dee
Tracie Harris
John Iacoletti
Jen Peeples
Martin Wagner
[2]
The Average Guys TV Show Duluth, MN
(PACT-TV)
1998-2013 576 Kenny Kalligher
Jon Donahue
[3]
The Basement Sublet of Horror Lawrence, Kansas
(LCAT)
2006- 230 Joel Sanderson [4]
Bob's Big Adventures Providence, RI
(PEG-RI)
1993- Bob Venturini [5]
Boston Latino TV Boston, MA
(BNN)
2003- Evelyn Reyes
Gil Matos
Clairemese Montero
[6]
Chic-a-Go-Go Chicago, IL
(CAN-TV)
1996- 1,000+ Jake Austen
Mia Park
[7]
The Chris Gethard Show Manhattan, NY
(MNN)
2011-2015[a] 155 Chris Gethard [9][10][11]
Cast Iron TV Manhattan, NY
(Channel D)
1979-1992 [12]
Concrete TV Manhattan, NY
(MNN)
1994- [13]
Cool Clown Ground Chicago, IL
(CAN-TV)
1994- 469+ Shelley Mobil
Thymme Jones
Cheer-Accident
[14]
Cool In Your Code New York City, NY
(NYC TV)
2004- Christopher Kromer
R. Brandon Johnson
Shirley Rumierk
[15]
Disco Step-by-Step Buffalo, NY 1975-1980 Marty Angelo [16]
The Dr. Susan Block Show Berkley, CA
(BTV-25)
1990- Susan Block [17]
Fantasy Bedtime Hour San Francisco, CA
(Access SF)
2001-2009 40 Heatherly Stankey
Julie Breithaupt
[18]
The Folklorist Newton, MA
(NewTV)
2012- 13 John Horrigan [19]
The Forum Chicago, IL
(Frequency TV)
2008-2009 7 Frankie Jupiter
Gay USA Manhattan, NY
(MNN)
1985- Andy Humm
Ann Northrop
Hardcover Feedback Lansing, IL
(LNN)
2007- 30
Junktape Manhattan, NY
(MNN)
1998 7 Sean S. Baker
Spencer Chinoy
Dan Milano
[20]
INN World Report Tribeca, NY
(Free Speech TV)
2004- Mizan Kirby Nunes [21]
JBTV Chicago, IL
(Tuff TV)
1984- Jerry Bryant
Greg Corner
Lauren O'Neill
[22]
The Kid America Club Manhattan, NY
(MNN)
2002- [23]
Lavender Lounge San Francisco, CA 1991-1995 60 Mark Kliem [24]
Let's Paint TV Los Angeles, CA
(Eagle Rock Public Access)
2002-2008 600+ John Kilduff [25]
Live from Midtown Bronx, NY
(Colours TV)
2007-2009 Hashim "Trends" Smith [26]
Live from the Artists Den Garden City, NY
(WLIW)
2009- [27]
Local 850 Okaloosa County, FL Chris Davis
The Lone Shark Bridgeport, CT
(WFAC-TV)
1991-2001 Jim Sharky
Sean Haffner
[28]
Masterminds Albany, NY
(TW3)
2003- David Guistina
Midnight Blue Manhattan, NY
(Channel J)
1975-2003 Al Goldstein [29]
The Mr. Science Show Melbourne, FL 1993-1995 Tim Perkins [30]
Music Video Comp Reel Los Angeles, CA 2005-2007 Alli Bivins
New York Noise New York City, NY
(NYC TV)
2003-2009 89 [31]
Pancake Mountain Washington, D.C.
(DCTV)
2003-2011
2014-
[32]
Quiz Kids San Francisco, CA
(PEN-TV)
1999 Brad Friedman [33]
Rox Bloomington, IN
(BCAT)
1992- 91 Joe Nickell
Bart Everson
[34]
The Show with No Name Austin, TX
(ACTV)
1995-2005 Charlie Sotelo [35]
The Spud Goodman Show Seattle, WA 1985-1992 Spud Goodman
Chick Hunter
[36]
Squirt TV Manhattan, NY 1994-1996 Jake Fogelnest [37]
Stairway to Stardom Staten Island, NY 1979-1992 Frank Masi [38]
State of the State Providence, RI
(PEG-RI)
1992- John Carlevale [39]
Static Television New Orleans, LA
(Cox 10)
2006- Pami P [40]
Stateside Footy North Andover, MA

(NACAM)

2010- 75 Bill Robert [41]
Talkin' Funny Chicago, IL
(CAN-TV)
2005- 53 Steve Gadlin
Paul Luikart
[42]
Tech Throwback North Andover, MA

(NACAM)

2015- 9 Bill Robert [43]
Thee Mr. Duran Show La Verne, CA
(LVTV)
2000- 93 Richard Duran [44]
Tyrants in Therapy Los Angeles, CA 2001-2008 25 Michael J
AbbeAbbe
YRU-Up Bloomington, MN
(BEC-TV)
1991-

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  12. ^ Schneider, Steve (April 14, 1985). "CABLE TV NOTES; EXPERIMENTATION SHAPES 'CAST IRON TV'". New York Times. 
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  32. ^ Lloyd, Robert (June 24, 2014). "Talking with Scott Stuckey, the man behind 'Pancake Mountain'". Los Angeles Times. 
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Notes

  1. ^ Following its departure from MNN in January 2015, The Chris Gethard Show moved to Fusion in May 2015, before moving on to truTV in July 2017.[8]

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