On GHS-TV's award winning talk show Crosstalk, host Rachel Shannon talks with a variety of interesting guests about different issues and events dealing with the Germantown community and the greater Memphis area.
GHS-TV's unique Access Together Project serves the larger community needs through co-production of a wide variety of original public access series and special event programs. The shows are hosted by members of the community and utilize the staff and facilities of Channel 17. Please see the list below for current Access Together productions.
Arts a la Carte Jean Mathews visits with arts organizations throughout Germantown and the greater Memphis area.
Pat Scroggs takes a look at issues and events concerning both the Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce and the Germantown community.
I Did It Myself
Host Susan Thompson offers viewers creative and cost-effective design ideas.
Inside the News
Gail Dorband of the Germantown News takes a look at what's going on in the Germantown community.
Host Donna Chandler Newman from Leadership Germantown talks with influential leaders in Germantown and the Mid-South.
Let's Talk Money
Hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook discuss different ways to manage your finances and invest wisely.
Attorney Vince Perryman examines legal issues that concern you and your family.
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics.
Host Tracy Speake focuses on personalities and issues that are of particular interest to the senior community.
Shelby County Schools Report
Host Ted Beasley reports on stories within the Shelby County School system.
Spotlight on Germantown
Mayor Sharon Goldsworthy examines issues that relate to local city government.
Host Lynnie Mirvis entertains children from local area pre-school programs with original stories and songs.
Local political analyst Ruth Dunning discusses current issues with elected officials from across the state of Tennessee.
What's Up, Doc?
Dr. Thom Lobe examines current medical issues and patient concerns.
Germantown Community Television located on the campus of Germantown High School, serves as the community access station for the city of Germantown, TN. This model access facility cablecasts to more than 10,000 subscribers on Channel 17 over the Comcast Communications system. GHS-TV is operated through cooperation of the City of Germantown and the Shelby County School System. Its fiscal management is the responsibility of the Germantown Community Television Foundation.