Participating Communities

Ann Arbor, Community Television Network (CTN)

Battle Creek, Access Vision

Berkley, City of Berkley (WBRK)

Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Community Television

Cadillac, Cadillac Community Television

Canton, Canton Community Cable TV

Clinton Township, Clinton Township TV

Farmington, Southern Western Oakland Cable Commission (SWOCC)

Grand Rapids, City of Grand Rapids Cable TV

Grand Rapids, Community Media Center

Grand Rapids, The Rapidian

Holland, MAC Media

Independence Township, Clarkston Public Access Channel

Kalamazoo, Public Media Network (PMN)

Lake Orion, Orion Cable Commission

Lake Orion, Orion Neighborhood Television (ONTV)

Lansing, City of Lansing

Meridian Township, Haslett, Okemos, HOMTV

Midland, Midland Community Television (MCTV)

Monroe, Monroe Public Access – MPACT

Mt. Pleasant, MAC-TV

Oxford, Oxford Community Television

Romeo, Romeo 6 TV (WBRW)

Saline, Saline Schools

St. Clair, Community Television (CTV)

Traverse City, Up North 2

Troy, Community Media Network (CMNtv)

Waterford, Media Network of Waterford

Westland, Community Media

Are you a Public, Education & Government (PEG) access channel system in Michigan? Not on this list? Contact us.

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