Follow WCTV Online
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support WCTV every time you shop, at no cost to you!
- Simply go to smile.amazon.com
- On your first visit, select WCTV as your charitable organization.
- Every eligible purchase will result in a donation to WCTV from AmazonSmile.
Whitewater Community Television provides informational bulletin boards which run between regularly scheduled programs:
- Government bodies will have their meeting times, dates and locations on WGTV, Channel 11
- Educational institutions announcements will be placed on WETV, Channel 20
- Local not-for-profit organization meetings and events are shown on WCTV, Channel 21
For the purpose of these guidelines, Youth shall be defined as any individual under the age of 18 years old.
- To produce a show, any youth producer must have a sponsor or parent sign the Statement of Compliance/Financial Responsibility and all production project forms that pertain to content and equipment liability.
- To attend orientation and producer workshops, a youth must have a sponsor or parent attend with them to sign all paperwork.
- Youth sponsor or parent is encouraged to attend all training in order to understand the liabilities inherent in video production.
- Certified youth producers have the same rights as other certified producers, with the exception that their parent or sponsor accepts all financial liability and legal responsibilities.
WCTV membership is open to all individuals, organizations and businesses. All members have voting privileges at the annual membership meeting. Memberships are good for one calendar year.
You MUST be a member to produce programs using WCTV equipment and facilities. Membership benefits for students, individuals and family’s include a WCTV discount card.
Look under the membership tab above for details on membership costs and benefits.