GHS-TV offers more than 740 hours per month of quality programming over Cable Channel 17.
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.
Serving as the local
production facility for the City of Germantown, GHS-TV
produces public service announcements, promotional tapes
and television spots for a variety of community clubs
offers live cablecast coverage of all major City Hall
meetings and special events.
GHS-TV prepares and
produces orientation, promotional and training tapes
used by Shelby County Schools and other governmental
Located on the campus
of Germantown High School, the GHS-TV television
production program serves more than 300 students in
eight introductory and four advanced classes. Students
receive training on state of the art quality video
equipment which enables them to qualify for outstanding
college and university programs.
GHS-TV's advanced production students produce a large variety of educational and informational programs that are cablecast to the entire community.
needs programming is made available to the community:
An extensive videotape
library is maintained for city officials and other
interested parties to use for research and
Youth Leadership Conference
- Rotary Club
- Senior Crime Stoppers
Other service organization tapings
and tours of GHS-TV are provided throughout the year to
a variety of community groups.
Dubbing facilities and
satellite downlink services are made available to the
public for a nominal fee.