Founded in 2007, PhillyCAM is a non-profit community media center designated by the City of Philadelphia to operate its public access television network (Xfinity 66/966HD/967 and Verizon Fios 29/30). PhillyCAM also operates a low-power community radio station, WPPM-FM, which reaches about 800,000 people throughout the Philadelphia region. PhillyCAM's people-driven, non-commercial, public access work is done in community and with a commitment to continuous learning, reflection and making space for others. PhillyCAM's educational programs provide transformative opportunities for people and communities to express themselves, to learn from each other, and to produce and share media reflective of the experiences of everyday people. PhillyCAM encourages empathy between neighborhoods, hyperlocal stories and conversations that influence a representative media ecosystem and advance authentic storytelling. PhillyCAM facilitates the creation and cablecast of locally produced public access television programs that reflect the diverse social, political, ethnic, and artistic communities that can be found in Philadelphia.