• Climate Change Documentaries on BTV 14

    Ms. Aflague’s 8th grade science classes were back in the studio these past few weeks tackling the major issue of “Climate Change.” 100 students contributed as Communication Managers, Climate Scientists, Environmental Scientists and Conservation Scientists looking at how plants, animals, people, land mass and air quality are all affected by greenhouse emissions and global temperature rise.
    These students did a tremendous job investigating these heavy issues and understanding that these are real life problems that their generation will be faced with.
    You can catch these documentaries on BTV 14 beginning on Friday, February 9th at 5:30pm.
    BTV really enjoyed working with these students and look forward to sharing their discoveries with you.
  • Bourne Veterans Memorial Community Building Progress

    Up Close


    BTV Up Close brings you to ground zero at the community center following the recent pipe burst and water damage event. Krisanne Caron, Bourne Recreation Director, takes us through the building allowing us to capture the extent of damage throughout, floor to ceiling. We follow up with Town Administrator, Tom Guerino, to explain how the fire suppression system, because it is a “wet” system failed in the prolonged arctic chill and the financial implications for the town. Still uncertain is the timeline for complete building repair. BTV Up Close will be checking back periodically to bring you the latest.

    Community Center Update



  • Bourne High School Science Fair

    Science FairOn March 1, Bourne students grades 5-12 held a science and engineering expo at Bourne High. BTV caught up with some of the students at the fair and showcased a few of the many great projects. Our glimpse at the fair will air on BTV14 later this month so be sure to check back in with us!

    The winners of the 2017 Bourne High School Science Fair and Exposition are:

    Middle School – Winners
    1st – Viveca Stuke- How safe is it to drink water from water bottles stored in a locker?
    2nd – Eva Fischer-Grobot (Lawn Robot)
    3rd – Laura DeMello and Emily Mann-Does salt water or sugar water create electric voltage?
    Honorable Mention – Donald Rice and Mikal Gibbs-Science Behind Water Bottle Flipping

    High School – Winners
    1st –  Mya Cohen and Mary Schmitt-Don’t Kill Your Plants of Thirst
    2nd – Joe Petrillo and Colin Crowley-What Materials Block a WiFi Signal
    3rd – Ian Milliken and Jacob Tura-Effects of UVA Radiation on Bacteria
    Honorable Mention – Foster Rubinstein and Michael Bonito-Effect of Climate Change of Bourne
    Rachel Freedman-Human Hand

  • On the Move

    BTV had the pleasure of working with Falmouth Community TV and Sandwich Community TV at the MassMoves public engagement workshop yesterday, an initiative to create a statewide transportation vision.
    BTV will be airing the workshop that was held at Mass Maritime on BTV13.

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  • Interested in Volunteering?

    “Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud” -Helen Dyer

    We want to hear from you! Volunteering is an easy way to meet new folks and learn about your community. We offer one-on-one training sessions tailored to your unique interests. Opportunities for volunteers include assisting fellow producers in studio production, going out on live shoots and learning a great deal about video production. Get in touch with us today!

  • High School Auditorium/Library Projects

    We’ll be wrapping up our work in the Bourne High School soon with the installation of our robotic cameras in both the auditorium and the library media center. Be sure to tune in to BTV 14 to see the school committee meetings live the first Wednesday of the month from the high school.

    Missed a meeting? You can find them on our website as well as on our YouTube channel.