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GRTV provides a televised forum for legal, non-commercial speech; a place where you can express yourself creatively at little or no cost.
We offer training programs to certify members to use our tools—which range from cameras to editing suites to studio production facilities. And we transmit your programming across Grand Rapids on cable channel 25. Get started.
Once again GRTV will be joining in the massive all-volunteer Festival of the Arts 2013 on June 7th-9th. We will be recording and airing the Calder Main Stage performances all weekend and we need your help to run camera, graphics or direct. As usual GRTV provides snacks and water to all of our volunteers, but the best part is that for this one time each year, no experience or certifications are required to get your hands on our Portable Production Studio. This means anyone can get the real LIVE television experience so feel free to...
Grand Rapids City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss talks to Kyle VanStrien about Friends of GR Parks newest initiative, Parks Alive. Learn how you can help your favorite city park!
City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss chats with City Manager Greg Sundstrom about several city updates including the new 311 program, city refuse, and the upcoming budget.
Grand Rapids City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss talks to Jasmine Olsen about the next phase of mygrcitypoints. Learn about the program, how to sign up, and what benefits it has for you.
GRTV is excited to announce the studio switchover to LED lighting is complete! We've replaced 15 halogen studio lights with 8 LED Elation TVL3000's. These new lights are 70Watts total power consumption at full output, whereas the halogens used 1000Watts. Along with saving energy, we will also be saving on bulb replacements. These units have 50,000 hours estimated LED life.
This is one of many upgrades to come in the GRTV studio; next time you're in, check them out!