City TV Links
City TV partners and collaborates with government departments, organizations and companies that might be of your interest. Here are some links that you might find helpful.
City TV is a proud partner of PEG (Public, Education, Government) Montgomery. PEG is a partnership of channels that produce a variety of programs showcasing local community news, events, festivals, arts, and businesses. PEG operates in collaboration with the Montgomery County Office of Cable and Broadband Services.
Other members of PEG are:
Rockville 11 covers live council meetings, news, events, and festivals all over Rockville. Rockville 11 can be found on RCN, Verizon Fios, and Comcast channel 11.
Montgomery Community Media (MCM) is the only independent, nonprofit organization in Montgomery County providing access to public media (public access television and broadband media) directly to residents, non-profit organizations, associations, and businesses. MCM offers low cost television production classes to county residents in their top-of-the-art studios and facilities.
County Cable Montgomery is the cable station for Montgomery County government. CCM can be watched on RCN channel 6, Verizon Fios channel 30 and Comcast channel 6.
Montgomery College TV showcases the students, faculty, sports, and events for Montgomery College. MCTV can be watched on channel 10 on the three Montgomery County cable systems.
Montgomery County Public Schools TV is the channel for the County’s School System. MCPS TV can be watched on RCN channel 89, Verizon Fios channel 36, and Comcast channel 34.
Connect Montgomery is Montgomery County’s public, education, and government (PEG) cable channels. Their membership includes local cable access operators who provide our community with a unique and powerful media tool. They are committed to providing the free exchange of information and ideas for dynamic and growing communities with access to education, government and the arts.
Montgomery Municipal Cable offers television coverage of town events, community programs, and services of 16 municipalities in Montgomery County.
City TV is also part of two national organizations that promote access television:
The Alliance for Community Media promotes civic engagement through community media while promoting free speech.
The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) supports the interests and needs of local governments advising them in communication policies and services.
City TV also collaborates with many Takoma Park organizations in the production of shows and series. Some of these organizations are:
The Takoma Park JazzFest is held every June in Old Town Takoma with two stages of nationally recognized jazz musicians.
The Takoma Park Folk Festival was first organized in 1978. It’s an all-volunteer event that best reflects the real Takoma Park Spirit.
The Takoma Park Independence Day Committee organizes every year the 4th of July Parade and Fireworks. It’s an all volunteer independent committee.
Historic Takoma is a non-profit organization founded to preserve the heritage of Takoma Park.
The Old Takoma Business Association maintains Main Street Takoma. They are the organizers of events such as the Takoma Park Farmers Market, the Takoma Park Street Festival, and the Art-Hop among others.
The Friends of the Takoma Park Maryland Library organize events, reading groups, and exhibits that encourage the use and support of the library.
The Takoma/Langley Crossroads Development Authority represents business and property owners in the Takoma/Langley Crossroads Commercial District.