Lisa Horner has been with Access Tucson in a variety of positions since 1986. She has served on the regional Board of the Alliance for Community Media since 2003. She has been a producer, editor, and video-grapher for over 25 years, producing media for non-profit groups, educational organizations, independent and commercial media. She has worked extensively with youth Imagein many programs including projects in Ecuador and Brazil as well as on-going youth projects at Access Tucson. She has worked with several media literacy projects through Access Tucson and in  partnership with the University of Arizona and Arizona State University and helped conduct media training for teachers throughout the state. Her passion remains to help individuals tell their own stories in their own words.

The staff of Access Tucson is a diverse group of media professionals. Each one brings unique talents and perspective to better serve the mission of community access television.

  • What is Access Tucson?
We are an independent, non-profit, membership-based organization which provides training and facilities for Tucsonans to communicate with the community utilizing electronic media.
  • Where are you located downtown?
We are located at 124 E.Broadway Blv., SE corner of Broadway and 6th Avenue.
  • When are you open?
We are open Fridays and Saturdays from 2pm to 10pm for production services and public internet use.
  • What do you do?
We program three public access channels 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. We air shows produced by local citizens, some live from our studios. We provide production classes, access to production equipment, cablecast of programming produced locally or outside of Tucson, project consultation, access to a CD library, and free internet access. We also provide class scholarships, as well as additional production options for community service organizations, including remote productions, satellite feeds other programming.