Open to the Public
Local Cable Access Channel 5
Thank you to everyone that stopped by to help us celebrate our 30th Anniversary!
The concept of Public Access TV may not be well understood; let us briefly explain.
Public access television was created in the United States between 1969 and 1971 by the1 Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is a form of non-commercial mass media where ordinary people can create content television programming, which is cablecast through cable TV specialty channels.
Public Access Television is often grouped with public, educational, and government access television channels, by the acronym PEG. PEG Channels are typically only available on cable television systems.
Cable companies were initially required to provide a channel that would be available for local communities for use of their own unique programming. KIT-TV exists for the people of Tipp City and Monroe Township. The programs aired are to be primarily about the community and are to be produced by, or sponsored by, people within our community.
We would like to give everyone in the community an opportunity to see all the great things that our community organizations and schools are doing. This would include not only special programs (such as music programs and library events), but day-to-day activities within the Tipp-Monroe Township community.
At KIT-TV, were are also very interested in finding volunteers — students and adults — to help us record community and school events. As a volunteer, we offer free training and supply you with the latest equipment to do your recording. Our multi-media equipment is up to date and user friendly. We also have an in-house studio, complete with green screen, editing software and hardware, for your to use. If you have any ideas for future shows, we would love to hear them!
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