We are moving to the Green Screen Institute at 104 New Mohawk Rd. in Nevada City where we will have a dedicated studio, a separate office for our government and public access schedulers, and a room to store our equipment. The lease was signed on July 11, and we are hoping to be up and running in early August. Meanwhile, producers can drop of DVDs and thumb drives at the Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce (128 E. Main Street). If their office is closed, use the mail slot; otherwise, use the black mesh box located near the front desk. Until our phones are set up, please contact the station via email: stationmanager@NevadaCountyTV.org or call 530-277-9173. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience our move may cause you.

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Our board meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month and begin at 5:30 PM. The next meeting on July 19 will be held on the second floor conference room at our new location.

NCTV offers live streaming of certain events. When we are not streaming, the LiveStream player will show public services announcements (PSAs) we have recorded for local nonprofit organizations.

Who we are:

NCTV is a “Public Access” community TV station. Public Access means the public—nonprofits, business owners, and individuals like you—have the right to access the cable television system for the production and broadcast of local programming. As a Public, Education and Government (PEG) station, our programs stream on Comcast Channels 11, 17 & 18 and Suddenlink Channel 16, 17 & 18.

What you’ll see:

On our stations you’ll see community, government and education programming featuring local events, interviews, music, youth events, travel, art, cooking, religious programming, government meetings, city councils, county supervisors, planning commissions, talk shows, and much more. You can also see our program on our website and on Ustream.

We also stream live broadcasts of special events like the 4th of July and Constitution Day Parades, sold-out performances at the Center for the Arts, and meetings like the 2016 Annual NCERC Economic Development Summit & VIP Dinner.

How to participate:

Becoming a part of NCTV is easy. If you want to be part of a show or learn to create one, we invite you to become a member. If you are a business and want to support our work, you can become a station underwriter. You can also attend an upcoming event, become a volunteer, or make a donation to support our efforts.