Any time Access Humboldt broadcasts a live stream of a production in progress, you can watch online here.
If there are no streams in progress, the link will take you to a recording of our most recent studio production.
Access Humboldt partners with Archive.org to host our Community Media Archive featuring more than 7,000 local programs.
Click the image above (or right here!) to see the most recent items in our collection.
Looking for some classic content from the past decade of community media in Humboldt County?
Use the link above to find golden oldies and evergreen greats from 2008 to the present.
Recorded in the Access Humboldt Community Media Center, this program features Jared Huffman, U.S. Representative serving California's 2nd District, answering questions from Eureka High School students. This episode of Community Voices was hosted by Paul Bressoud of Eureka High School.
This episode of Community Voices features a Late Night format with Host Dave Silverbrand and Guests Susan Seaman, Alanna Powell and Eugene Novotney.
In this Media Lab production, local authors Jeff DeMark, Margot Genger, David Holper, "Doc" Stull and Neil Tarpey share their short stories with a live audience.
Media Lab productions give members the chance to hone studio production skills. This episode features an introduction to watercolors with local artist Paul Rickard.
Access Humboldt Media Lab presents Community Voices with Betty Chinn, founder of the Betty Kwan Chinn Day Center, and Host Dave Silverbrand.
Suddenlink Cable Channels 8, 10, 11 and 12
Suddenlink Cable subscribers in Humboldt County can watch endless hours of interesting local content on Access Humboldt's cable TV channels: 8, 10, 11 and 12. In Southern Humboldt, WAVE subscribers can find us on WAVE 7.
Click here to check out the program calendar and find out what's coming up next.
Stream Our Collection via Roku
Access Humboldt's video collection is also available via Roku streaming devices as part of an unofficial Internet Archive channel. To add this channel to your Roku, go to https://owner.roku.com/add/NMJS5
After clicking the link, you should be prompted to log in to your Roku account. Depending on your account preferences, you may then need to enter your account PIN to add the new channel.
If the link above does not work for you, it is also possible to add the channel from your Roku account page by clicking "Add channel with a code" and then entering NMJS5
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