Public Access (SPPA)

**Channel 7 Weekly Program Guide**

What is Public Access Television?

The modern day embodiment of the First Amendment.

PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION provides an effective means to an individual or community group to communicate their information, activities and point of view to a wide audience. Public Access is free, non-commercial cable channels playing a variety of programs: informational, entertaining, or educational.

Saint Peter Public Access Mission Statement
The mission of Saint Peter Public Access (SPPA) is to provide the resources necessary for ensuring cable television broadcasting accessibility by the public.

General Information

SPPA records City Council and Saint Peter School Board Meetings at the Saint Peter Community Center and has office and programming equipment at City Hall. SPPA has two channels on the Saint Peter cable system. Channel 7 is the cable channel for local programs and Channel 8 is the Community Bulletin Board, where community residents and organizations post announcements, events, and news releases.

SPPA Channel 7

SPPA schedules over 80 hours of programming each week with morning and evening programming seven days per week. Individuals or organizations can submit DVDs or videotapes to be played on this channel.  Material must be appropriate for all ages and submitted with a cablecast release form.  Cablecast Release form is available below or by e-mailing or calling 507-934-0667.
Cablecast Release form

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Community Bulletin Board (SPPA Channel 8)

Your local cable channel 8 provides viewers with announcements about community events and other local information. Community individuals or organizations can submit their information to be aired on this channel either by phone (507) 934-0667, fax (507) 934-1204 or e-mail This is a free service but no commercial advertising is allowed.

For more information, contact SPPA

Phone: (507) 934-0667
Fax: (507) 934-1204