The North Suburban Access Corporation (NSAC), commonly known as community television, is a non-profit corporation governed by a board of directors representing each of the ten member cities. The corporation promotes programming by and for the community; manages the access channels and the access facilities; and encourages public use of the cable communications.
- to provide access to cable communications to all member city residents
- to promote and protect out communities' rights to use community television and other telecommunication media by stewarding current resources, integrating new technologies and building the awareness and skills of our residents
- to deliver high quality, timely programs via cable communications
- to anticipate, plan for and adapt to changes in communications technology
- to increase awareness and encourage the use of cable communications as a means of sharing information in and among the member cities
- to promote awareness of and use by individuals and institutions, such as schools, government and civic groups
- to train and educate producers, users and others who request help