Give Back Tahoe: Tahoe Truckee Community Television promotes community
Truckee Tahoe Community Television is proud to serve as your local P.E.G. (Public, Education and Government) community access television provider.
Our mission is to foster community awareness and communication through local programming from individuals, groups and agencies. Located at Truckee High School, TTCTV provides the region with digital video production and post-production services, access to video equipment and software, training with the tools and techniques of digital video, and cable television channels 6 and 18 on Suddenlink for local distribution of non-commercial content.
In addition, Truckee Tahoe Community Television supports and creates community-driven media through education outreach and provides extensive coverage of critical Town of Truckee meetings on the Web at ttctv.org. With the support of Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, students find the tools necessary to create in a digital video environment.
“There are exciting times ahead for Truckee Tahoe Community Television with a new studio to start construction in 2017, and live remote gear our members will take into the field, and broadcast to the public,” said Dan Martin, TTCTV Executive Director. “Having a community television station that serves local nonprofits is important, and I believe we’re taking the necessary steps to serve them well. If you have a passion to help any local group and get their message out on our air, please feel free to reach out to TTCTV.”
TTCTV is the television home of Truckee High sports, Kevie’s Veggie Cafe, Cabin Fever (Truckee Donner Historical Society), Democracy Now!, Mountain Health Today (Tahoe Forest Hospital), Calvary Chapel, All About Art, and the Truckee Home & Building Show, on Suddenlink Channels 6 & 18, and streaming live at ttctv.org
Truckee Tahoe Community Television thanks all its members for their continued support and invites you to become a member to support community media at ttctv.org.
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