Our story began October of 1992 in New Haven, CT, when television wasnt so much the new kid on the block, but to local viewers it was unknown territory.


843 State St
New Haven, CT, 06511
203-562-2288 ph
203-562-0864 fax

Ch. 26 Ch. 27 Ch. 96

CTV Channels
Program Schedules

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

Monday: 10am - 6pm
Tues-Thurs: 10am - 8pm
Fri & Sun: CLOSED
Sat: Appointment Only






Producers and Sponsors
must drop off their DVDs
at least one (1) week
prior to the day they are
scheduled to be shown.

If CTV is closed, DVDs
may be submitted in the
secure (camera-monitored)
mailbox provided outside
the door.






Citizens Television, Inc. History
A private, independent, tax-exempt, not-for-profit corporation, CTV was founded in 1991 by a diverse group of community activists who were long-frustrated by the poor public access of Storer Cable. These activists petitioned the CT Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC, now PURA) for CTV to become the provider of community television access. Winning that assignment, CTV opened its offices in 1992 at 873 State St. in New Haven, and embarked on its now twenty-year mission of training community residents in field and studio video production. In 2004, CTV moved to 2666 State Street in Hamden.

IIn July of 2013, CTV purchased the former veterinarry hospital building at 843 State St., and moved into its now permanent location in December, 2013.