Sharon TV in 2022!

2022 was a big year for Sharon TV!

We moved into the new Sharon High School and are excited to be working with students and faculty in our new, state of the art TV studio.

We negotiated a new contract with Comcast to secure our funding for the next 10 years. Thank you to Chuck Levine and the Technology and Telecommunications Advisory Committee for their help in the process.

Our Senior Staff, Isaac Gerofsky and Amy Tobey, were named the 2022 Citizens of the Year in recognition of their work and extra efforts during the Covid-19 Pandemic keeping the town informed and making sure events were accessible for everyone.

As we head into the new year, we look forward to continuing to bring you programming from around town, including High School Sports, Government Meetings, and Community Events and Presentations.

Check our website and Twitter and Facebook pages for programming updates and for events we will be covering.

We thank you all for watching and wish everyone Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

Thanksgiving Day Football Coverage

We will be covering the Thanksgiving Day football game against Oliver Ames at 10 AM.  We are unable to show the game live, but it will be posted to our website this weekend.  You will be able to find it here.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/senior citizens. Cash only at the gate. Refreshments will be available courtesy of the SHS Boosters.

Community Connect Program from the Fire Department

The Sharon Fire Department is launching a new program called Community Connect.  Click here to learn more information.

Technical Difficulties with Channels

As we continue the process of moving our equipment into our new studio, we are experiencing some technical difficulties broadcasting our channels.  All programs can be watched online.

If you have any questions, you may reach us at or at 781-784-1554 (option 4 then option 1).

Thank you for your patience as we work to get back on the air.

We Moved

We moved!  You can now find us at the new high school at 181 Pond Street.

You can reach us at our same number, 781-784-8888 and can email us at

Governance Study Committee Survey Results

Click here to read the results of the survey conducted by the Governance Study Committee.

A Message about voting from the Town Clerk

Click here for important information about voting on Tuesday, September 6th.

Sharon TV Is Moving!


Big news from Sharon TV! Thanks to an agreement with the Sharon Public Schools, we are preparing to move into the new high school and install a state-of-the-art television control room and studio on site! All of Sharon TV’s resources will be available to SHS media students, and Sharon TV staff will collaborate with and support SHS media faculty. Throughout, we will continue to deliver the essential community programming you have come to depend on from Sharon TV.

Check our website at for updates on our move and the installation of the new control room and studio.

Sharon TV is here for you!

A Message from Sharon Police about July 3rd

Sharon Police Safety Announcement:
July 3, 2022, Sharon Independence Day Celebration:
Please be aware of the following and expect delays in entering the beach area. This is to ensure the safety of all. SAFETY is our main concern, and all bags will be searched upon entering the beach area. **Incidentals should be kept in a clear bag…
-No bicycles, motorized scooters, skateboards, etc.
– No coolers
– No liquids/alcohol
– No firearms, weapons, sharp objects, or fireworks
– No backpacks
– No glass containers
– No cans
– No grilling, propane tanks, or open flames
– No smoking
– No drones
This is a short-term event, and we ask that you only bring what is necessary. We will do our best to make this the safest and most enjoyable we can! Please cooperate with us on this and enjoy the fireworks.
What is allowed:
– Snacks in a clear bag, not a backpack
– Equipment needed for medical care
– Towels and folding chairs – sunscreen containers (in a clear bag).
– Diapers and baby care items (in a clear bag)

​SPD will allow sealed water bottles into the beach area for the fireworks. Open containers or unsealed containers subject to inspection.

Town Election Coverage

The Annual Town Election is Tuesday, May 17th.  Voting will take place at the Sharon High School gymnasium from      7:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Election results will be shown LIVE on channel 22 and will be streamed at

To learn more about the candidates running for School Committee, Select Board, and the Library Board of Trustees watch candidate interviews on FYI hosted by Colleen Tuck.  Also check out the League of Women Voters Candidates Night and the High School Student run Select Board Forum.  All programs are airing on channel 8 and are available to watch any time at

Our election coverage will begin at 8:00 PM.