TVCTV manages Public, Educational and Governmental Access channels on cable systems in the Tualatin Valley area. Our service area includes the communities of Banks, Beaverton, Cornelius, Durham, Forest Grove, Gaston, Hillsboro, King City, Lake Oswego, North Plains, Rivergrove, Tigard, Tualatin, West Linn and unincorporated Washington County.
TVCTV provides three channels for Public Access. Each channel has its own guidelines for content. Together they provide a collection of programming created locally and around the world.
Channel 11 (22 Frontier) is the Community Access Network (CAN). MetroEast Community TV, Portland Community Media, Willamette Falls Community TV and TVCTV all share time on CAN. It is seen throughout the Portland Metropolitan Area.
Channel 21 shows programs created by TVCTV trained producers and volunteers using our facilities and equipment. These programs are eligible to air on the CAN channel during TVCTV’s timeshare.
Channel 23 broadcasts programming created outside the facilities of TVCTV. Whether originating locally or produced by another agency or company, all are sponsored by a trained volunteer producer of TVCTV.
Channels 28 and 30 contain our national award-winning government programming, making government more accessible and understandable to citizens in the Tualatin Valley. Through coverage of City and County meetings, local events, or creating innovative programming on issues, TVCTV produces a variety of programming to keep residents informed about their area government, city services, and community life in the Tualatin Valley. Our Government Access channels expand beyond local interest with Classic Arts Showcase and late night vintage movies.
TVCTV Government Production Services is more than just Government Meetings on TV. We specialize in client and jurisdictional-focused video production.