Community television is a form of mass media in which a television station is owned, operated or programmed by a community group to provide television programs of local interest known as local programming. Community television stations are most commonly operated by non-profit groups or cooperatives.
Community is an American television sitcom created by Dan Harmon. The series ran for 110 episodes over six seasons, with its first five seasons airing on NBC from September 17, 2009, to April 17, 2014, and its final season airing on Yahoo! Screen from March 17 to June 2, 2015. Set at a community college in the fictional Colorado town of ...
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Community Television Interactive was an interactive television station owned by Staten Island Community Television and broadcast on Staten Island Cable channel 56. It was broadcast from the early 1990s until sometime in 2000 when the new Staten Island Community Television management took over and shut the service down, converting channel 56 into a full-time community bulletin board (CBB) system.
Community Educational Television, Inc. (CET) is a subsidiary of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) which owns six TBN-affiliated television stations in Texas and Florida, all on channels allocated for non-commercial educational broadcasting as mandated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Public-access television is often grouped with public, educational, and government access television channels, under the acronym PEG. PEG channels are typically only available on cable television systems. In 2020, the Alliance for Community Media published a directory listing over 1600 organizations operating these channels in the United States.
Community television in Australia (CTV) is a form of free-to-air non-commercial citizen media in which a television station is owned, operated and/or programmed by a community group to provide local programming to its broadcast area. In principle, community television is another model of facilitating media production and involvement by private ...
Indigenous Community Television ( ICTV) is an Australian free-to-view digital television channel on the Viewer Access Satellite Television service. It broadcasts television programs produced by, and for, indigenous people in remote communities. The channel is owned by membership-based company Indigenous Community Television Limited.
- Remote Central and Eastern Australia, Regional and Remote Western Australia
- Showing Our Way
- Alice Springs, Northern Territory
Community television in Canada is a form of media that carries programming of local community interest produced by a cable television company and by independent community groups and distributed by a local cable company. A community channel is a form of community television, much like public-access television cable TV in the United States and ...