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Greenburgh Access Television
Greenburgh Access Television (GATV) was created to serve the residents of the Unincorporated Area of the Town of Greenburgh. We currently provide three channels on Cablevision:
· Channel 75: Public Access
· Channel 76: Government Access
· Channel 77: Educational Access
The goal of all Greenburgh Access Television activities is to encourage the broadest possible diversity of use and programming by the community. Every resident of the Unincorporated Area is entitled to produce and air a show on GATV.
You can produce a show with GATV equipment, or with your own equipment so long as it conforms to our technical standards for broadcast. You can also submit programs which have been created elsewhere. All programs must clearly identify the resident of the Unincorporated Area who is sponsoring the show, in order to be aired.
We encourage all residents of the Unincorporated Area to become members of GATV, and help us to provide programming which truly reflects your own interests and concerns.
You can download the current schedule of programs from the Greenburgh Forms page.
Community media training, cablecast access, equipment and facilities are available t
- Bona fide residents of the Unincorporated Area of the Town of Greenburgh.
· Public or private organizations institutions and groups located in the Unincorporated Area of Greenburgh.
All individuals and/or organizations interested in applying for a time/slot and/or usage of Greenburgh Access Television (GATV) facilities for production of a cable access program must become members of GATV. You can download a membership packet from the Greenburgh Forms page. Anyone under the age of 18 must have an adult co-signer for all-applicable paperwork and forms.
GATV will strongly uphold every individual’s right to free speech. No individual will be denied access to the GATV facilities on the basis of race, sex, physical disability, religious or political belief, or the nature of the programming interest. In addition, GATV exercises no editorial discretion over the content of any program.
Community Bulletin Boards
GATV accepts messages to be displayed by character generation (text letters and numbers) on all three of our community access channels. Guidelines and forms for community billboard messages are available at Town Hall and on the Greenburgh Forms page. A citizen or organization is not required to be a GATV member to use the community billboard service.
Scheduling and cablecast hours will soon be expanded, as new equipment and additional capacity becomes available. You can download the current schedule of programs from the Greenburgh Forms page.
- The GATV Public Access Studio is located at 177 Hillside Avenue. It is currently open and available for the use of GATV members. Use of the facility should be scheduled with the Coordinator in advance. Additional hours will be added as new staff and training become available.
Further information and membership forms are also available from the Cable Coordinator, George Malone, at 989-1547.