Schenectady Access Cable Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been in operation since 1974.
SACC's focus is on education and enriching the community through the production of programs which seek to shed light on local organizations and individuals.
In the last few years, SACC has produced over 500 programs and featured over 400 different charties, local organizations and individuals that make-up the fabric of the community. SACC has produced programs on the subjects of health and wellness, science and technology, the arts, education, current events, and more.
For the last two years, SACC has had a partnership with My4 Albany (an affiliate of WNYT, NBC Channel 13 in Albany) to distribute it's programs, including "Do You Know the Muffin Man?", "SceneTV", "Tune in to Wellness Today" and "Caught in the Crossfire". My4 Albany reaches over 550,000 households and 1.3 million people, and you can currently see SACC's programming Fridays at 8am and Sundays at 11:30am.
SACC currently operates a full time video studio at 93 West Campbell Road, Schenectady at ViaPort Mall. SACC has the ability to film shows in studio, as well as 'on site' and even offers the ability to livestream events in realtime.