Channel 96

Government Access channel 96 provides programs by local, elected officials legislative town meetings and local boards  Also Vet programs and the White House.gov

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Ch. 26 Ch. 27 Ch. 96

CTV Channels
Program Schedules

26 -Education Access
27 -Public Access
96 -Government Access

 

How To Get Your Own Show.
Our Program Manager is available to discuss your ideas, your work in progress, and to schedule air dates for a show. To initiate a production, you will fill out a Program Proposal and talk to the Program Manager, Tim Dagradi, about your plans and the technical requirements. Each time you book equipment, studio, or editing time, you should give the staff the name of your production as it is listed on the Program Proposal.

During Your Production
During the weeks you are in production, you should keep in touch with the Program Manager about the progress of your work so that we can help with any problems that arise and so that your show can be completed in a reasonable time. (See the Program Proposal form for details.) We will provide you with ideas for promoting your show, and help you to network with other producers or technical crew who can offer helpful suggestions.

Each completed program (DVD) must be accompanied by a Cablecast Form which lists the rules for programming, content, and CTV's use of the DVD. It is basically an agreement between you and CTV about the use of your work.

We cablecast on three channels seven days a week. We are programmed for 24 hours a day, including our Community Bulletin Board and satellite programs.

There are a limited number of time slots available to producers on a first come, first served basis. We can currently guarantee every producer one hour of air-time each week and we seek a wide diversity of programming representing all the segments of our communities.