Millis Community Media is a non-profit corporation which provides training and resources for the development and execution of non-commercial community programming by residents and coverage of local events with the help of volunteers and interns. The office/studio is located in the Veterans’ Memorial Building at 900 Main St. and can be reached at 508-376-7057 or

MCM is funded by the town’s two cable providers, Comcast and Verizon. For more information about MCM select a topic in the above menu, or go to the Video menu to view our programs.


Millis Community Media offers internships and also has some paid crew positions. Training is provided. If interested call 508-376-7057. You must be sixteen years of age or older.

Congratulations to long time MCM crew member Paul Rowley on his graduation from Emmanuel College. Paul began as an intern at MCM when he was just starting high school. We wish him all the best! 

Lt. Gov. Karen Polito visited Millis to sign the town's Community Compact on June 23rd. You can watch the signing on demand on our video page.


The Board of Selectmen interviewed candidates for Interim Town Administrator on June 8th at 7 p.m. The interviews are available to view on our video page. 

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Steve Kurkjian spoke on his coverage of the famous Gardner Museum art heist on June 9th at 7 p.m. at the library. His presentation is part of this year's Millis Reads program. Watch it on demand or on MCM's local TV channels. Consult the program listings for days and times.

Do you have a health care proxy or someone to act on your behalf if you become disabled? View Advanced Directives here on our video page.

Think you've heard the latest on phone and internet scams? Check out a recent COA program, Scams, Fraud and Identity Theft with new warnings about additional ways to steal your identity.