The first order of business was to assemble a Board of Directors, to be made up from citizens of the town. Three members were appointed by the Board of Selectmen, one member was appointed by the Superintendent of Schools, and the fifth and final member was appointed by the now defunct cable advisory committee. After a few months of figuring out what to do, the board proceeded to look for a Local Access Director to run the day-to-day operations of EBCTV. In December, 2000, the board hired Terry Mason Aicardi to be Local Access Director.
2001 and 2002 were years of rebuilding. The equipment EBCTV inherited from AT&T was worn out, and barely functioning. The board approved a master plan which called for the replacement of the antiquated equipment, with new, state-of-the art digital cameras, and support gear. As EBCTV embarks on its third year, with the new equipment on line, the focus will now shift to attracting more East Bridgewater residents to become members, and for those new members to develop new and exciting programming to air on EBCTV.
In 2004, EBCTV welcomed Russ Hannagan as our new Executive Director. Since arriving, Russ has done a superb job improving the overall look of EBCTV, and has attracted many new members.
In 2015 EBCTV moved to the new Jr/Sr High School, new studio.
In 2017 EBCTV rebranded and became East Bridgewater Community Access Media (EBCAM).