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Access Local TV is just one of many ways that Access Sacramento executes their mission of delivering community cable content created by Sacramento County’s citizens. Here you will find ways to enjoy content created by Youth and Community Producers.  Special thanks to the Tower Of Youth for serving as our partner in program creation and together, building new opportunities for Sacramento’s Youth.

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A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival: Shorts By Our Community & Youth

Youth Media & The Tower Of Youth

Run, Run, Run is Theme for All-Elk Grove D-2 Football Semifinal on Game of the Week 

Local Powers Monterey Trail, Elk Grove in Classic Runfest by Will James Hometown Sports If you...

What the Sodium Warning Icon Label Campaign Is Trying To Do For Sacramento’s Public Health

Written by Arabesque Lynaolu, Intern 2021 “Public health is a discipline that doesn’t get enough...

Live Wire June is Pride Month – Guest Don Henkle of SGMC Wednesday, June 2 at 5 pm on Ch. 17 

Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus - June is Pride Month Today is June 1st and the beginning of Pride...

A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

What a Graduating Senior Learned Over 4 Years of High School—Advice, Lessons, and General...

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Over the past year, many students and young adults have found themselves with a lot more time on...

The Struggles of Mental Health for Teen Girl Athletes

According to a study in 2017 by the Women’s Sports Foundation, girls are dropping out of sports at...

Run, Run, Run is Theme for All-Elk Grove D-2 Football Semifinal on Game of the Week 

Local Powers Monterey Trail, Elk Grove in Classic Runfest by Will James Hometown Sports If you...

What the Sodium Warning Icon Label Campaign Is Trying To Do For Sacramento’s Public Health

Written by Arabesque Lynaolu, Intern 2021 “Public health is a discipline that doesn’t get enough...

Live Wire June is Pride Month – Guest Don Henkle of SGMC Wednesday, June 2 at 5 pm on Ch. 17 

Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus - June is Pride Month Today is June 1st and the beginning of Pride...

A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

What a Graduating Senior Learned Over 4 Years of High School—Advice, Lessons, and General...

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Over the past year, many students and young adults have found themselves with a lot more time on...

The Struggles of Mental Health for Teen Girl Athletes

According to a study in 2017 by the Women’s Sports Foundation, girls are dropping out of sports at...

Featured Stories

Acclimating to School Post-lockdown

Featured image by Syda Productions Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School In the two previous articles, Adapting to Pandemic Learning...Again and The Challenges of Educating In Person, In a Pandemic, I interviewed four students and three...

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Adapting to Pandemic Learning…Again

~Featured image by Cottonbro Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School Despite my hopes, school is not back to normal. My name is Bella, and I’m a Junior in high school. I’m a student at the Met Sacramento, which has been in session since September...

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A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

What a Graduating Senior Learned Over 4 Years of High School—Advice, Lessons, and General Knowledge 1. School is dumb If you’re under 18, you know this already. The United States’ educational system sucks. The vast majority of the information you learn in high school...

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