Produce Your Own Show!
At Totoket TV
Totoket TV recently opened our new Community Media Center! 
At Totoket TV, our goal is to give members of the community a way to voice thier opinions, showcase their talents, and learn more about the wonderful world of electronic media.

As opposed to "group" training classes, we handle training initially on a one-on-one basis, giving you a general

overview of community access television and the equipment available to produce programming. Then, we have you join other volunteers as part of the production crew, "learning the ropes" of television production with both our professional trainers and volunteers like you who are continuing to learn about what Totoket TV and our equipment has to offer. Its important to point out that training is FREE!  

Contact us today at 203-484-7084 or e-mail us at [email protected] to schedule an initial visit and introductory appointment.
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EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS
Totoket TV Shines The Spotlight on PoCo Fest '18
Totoket TV Remembers Our Veterans
Join Simms Sonet as he explores the sights, sounds and foods of the 2018 North Branford Roasted Potato & Corn Festival.​

​The program is now airing on Totoket TV (Comcast 18 or 1070, Frontier 6085) and here on TotoketTV.org using the video player to the right.
Totoket TV remembers our veterans with complete coverage of the Veteran's Day Ceremony at Stanley T. Williams School.
Totoket TV Now Streaming Town Meetings LIVE on Facebook
Longtime Totoket TV Board Member Bill Bergers Passes Away
Totoket TV is pleased to announce, with the help of the Town of North Branford, that all Town Council and Planning and Zoning Meetings are now also be streamed LIVE on Facebook on Totoket TV's Facebook page. To see the LIVE or taped meetings, CLICK HERE.

Also, soon, Totoket TV will also air the meetings LIVE on Comcast Xfinity and Frontier Vantage TV.
Totoket TV is sad to announce that William Bergers, 90, a longtime Totoket TV Board Member and volunteer, passed away recently after a 28-year courageous battle with cancer. Bill was the husband of the late Marguerite O'Brien Bergers. Bill was very involved in Totoket TV for many years, up until recently. We will miss his smile, humor and his genuine love and dedication to Totoket TV. 
Bill Bergers