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I raise funds for Access Sacramento because I believe in ACTIVELY being the change I want to see on TV.  While Hollywood is slowly changing its ways, Public Access Stations like Access Sacramento have been leading the way in Equity, Diversity, and Originality in locally produced stories for over 30 years.

Access Sac offers low-cost media classes and workshops, access to a media lending library, a TV studio, Radio studios, and field equipment so the community can produce shows that are important to them. We also provide a local media distribution network that includes local cable television, radio and internet outlets that are not available to the community through commercial mass media.

I am happy to safeguard your freedom of artistic expression here in Sacramento County, and beyond.

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When you donate to my fundraiser for #GivingTuesday, you are holding equitable space for BIPOC, Women and LQBTQXIA content creators and their cultures & communities to freely express themselves.

When you donate to Access Sacramento, you are telling the community that you care about freedom of expression without commodification or commercialism.  By enabling local content creators to freely express themselves without fear of commercial interests or tracking of their posting habits, you are allowing artists to offer critical comment about our standing institutions.  Visual story-telling is the backbone of our Democracy and by providing the means and the platform for any citizen to offer their perspective, we are keeping commercial, special interest voices in check.

When You donate, YOU are creating a pathway from high schools to careers with Hands-on CTE training offered at a ridiculously low price so that anyone in our community can become a Broadcast Journalist, Sports Announcer, TV Producer, Show Runner, Camera Operator, Creative Writer, and so much more without having to enroll in college and go into thousands of dollars of debt.

Our Mission

Access Sacramento lifts all voices by providing media education and local media platforms to engage the community in public dialogue and showcase creative expression.

Core Values

Access Sacramento's community empowerment mission is based on our inclusive core values.


We value inclusion which is why we provide media training and media distribution channels to the community in order to give access to those who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized for lack of resources.


We celebrate and encourage originality. It is this independent, unique, creative thought when shared with others  enriches our community.


We value diversity. We promote intercultural information and dialog in order to promote social empathy and to bring about a variety of ideas and solutions to communal problems, which better strengthens the community.


We value our locality, one of the most diverse counties in the country. We uplift our neighbors by capturing and archiving their creativity, their views and their actions on local media. We protect speech locally by providing free speech cable and internet distribution platforms for the community to use.

Did you know that "A Place Called Sacramento" is so much more than a short film festival?  Since 1999 Access Sacramento has developed local filmmakers from script-to-screen with this year-round incubator.  See what all the hype is about Friday, October 13th.  Doors at 6pm and show at 7pm. Don't delay--get your tickets now!  We hear we have few tickets left via the Crest Box Office!
Special thanks to Film + Media Sacramento (@filmsacramento ) and Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission for making Game Of The Week Possible with Grant funding!  TOMORROW is Game Day! We will see De La Salle High School battle it out with Folsom High School. Catch all the action LIVE on channel 17 at 7:30pm.  #highschoolsports #footballgame
What are YOU doing on Friday the 13th of October?  While you are avoiding black cats crossing your path, you could be advancing someone's film career!  Get in on the FUN and VOTE for the Audience Favorite, dress to the nines and walk the red carpet, or just enjoy the world premiere of 10 locally made short films.
Constitution Day celebrates the 236th anniversary of the original Constitution’s signing in 1787 on September 17, a Sunday this year. Retired Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, namesake of The Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center located in the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, recommends everyone read the entire Constitution at least once a year as it takes little more than an hour to do so.
Whether you rock a red carpet dress, or come laid back, in your jeans, "A Place Called Sacramento" has something for YOU.  Vote on audience favorite, rub elbows with the filmmakers, and contribute to the best short film incubator program in Sacramento!  Access Sacramento has been developing film careers since 1999.  When YOU attend this film premiere event, YOU are lifting the voices of our LOCAL Filmmakers.
The Football season heats up with Cosumnes Oaks  vs Elk Grove High School! @eghs_vbfootball Kick off is at 7:15pm.
Many of "A Place Called Sacramento" Filmmakers go on to do bigger things and even move to Los Angeles seeking bigger opportunities in Filmmaking. (We wouldn't have it any other way!!) When YOU attend our Film premiere event, YOU are helping those filmmakers LAUNCH their career.  Walk the red carpet, vote on audience favorite, and rub elbows with tomorrow's famous filmmakers!