As it approaches its 25th anniversary, Cambridge Community Television has become known for many things — among them activism to close the tech knowledge gap between the city’s well-off and poor, comprehensive training for would-be filmmakers, and the cable access stereotype of serving as a community bulletin board. But in recent years the station may have become best known for something it never set out to be: a model for the nation’s First Amendment champions through a TV series featuring outspoken Cambridge residents.
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