There is always something to watch on GCTV, whether browsing our three broadcast channels or searching through the over 1200 videos on our YouTube channel.
Here are some highlights of the programs submitted to GCTV by community members. Remember, anyone in the Guilford community can produce content for our channels. All ages and skill levels are welcome. We provide the training and equipment free of charge…though donations are always appreciated as they help us keep pace with evolving technology.
GCTV will be closed for the Memorial Day Weekend from Sunday, May 27th through Tuesday, May 29th. We will re-open for regular office hours on Thursday, May 31st.
The program schedule will continue to change at the usual times as we will schedule in advance. And please remember you can always check us out on our YouTube channel to view over 1000 archived videos.
There is always something to watch on GCTV!
While spring was slow to make an entrance this month community volunteers were busy filming community events. Below is just a sample of programs broadcast on GCTV this month and also available on our YouTube channel. Watch. Share. Enjoy. And remember, you can do this too! We will train you and look forward to seeing your video up here soon!
Community media is media by and for the entire community, which is made up of people of all ages and skill levels and who are involved in a variety of interests and projects, possess knowledge in a variety of areas and have opinions about things that affect what matters most to them. Community media is media by and for the community which means content is conceived, created and broadcast by you.
GCTV is a non-profit organization serving the entire community so that they may share knowledge, ideas, opinions and interests that others in the community may find interesting. If you can think it up you can make it happen at GCTV! Check out our YouTube channel to see what others have done, but know the only limit is your imagination.
GCTV’s mission is to provide equipment and training for community members to produce non-commercial programming to air on our broadcast stations and online. Use our equipment, your equipment or a mix of both to share your message. We will train you and put you in touch with other community members who can assist you as well. It has never been easier to share your story.
You may have experienced GCTV as a producer, viewer, intern or volunteer. We thank you, the community, for your involvement on all levels. We also ask that you consider making a donation to GCTV so we may continue to keep pace with the rapidly changing technology of today for both the production and broadcast side of our operations. Every little bit helps.
Guilford’s Budget Referendum is just a week away.
You can review all the meetings leading up to this event on our Budget 2018 Playlist. The first video is a 30 minute overview of the upcoming ballot, presented by the Board of Finance.
Attention Frontier customers! GCTV has new channel designations to share with you.
- GCTV Public channel is now 6027
- GCTV Education channel is now 6028
- GCTV Government channel is now 6029
This is a welcomed change from the previous method of finding GCTV where you had to scroll through menus and sub-menus to find and switch between our three channels.
So go ahead and change that channel to GCTV!
Save it as your favorites and even record something to DVR. Stay tuned for more media by and for Guilford.
In this New Year we have seen some great new community programs come through our doors for broadcast. Much of what has been submitted has also come with permission for GCTV to post the videos to our YouTube channel.
New programs from In This Together, The New Haven Pride Center, The Traveling Epicurean and many hearings from The Town of Guilford on the upcoming budget referendum are available for viewing and sharing. We have included links to some of the newest segments below, but we encourage readers to visit our YouTube channel to search over 1000 videos organized among 25+ playlists.
If you enjoy 24/7 access to community news and entertainment on both our broadcast and internet channels please consider donating to GCTV. Your support will help us keep pace with the changing broadcast and production technology needed to run this community media station.