MVCC Gives Thanks During Volunteer Week, April 17-23, 2022
Local voices and volunteers are at the heart of access television in the Miami Valley
Telling the stories of our community would not be possible without the tireless support and skills of our volunteers. For operating a camera during a holiday parade, for helping in a mobile TV truck in your city, for providing event support with technology – for all these reasons and many more, we want to thank you. Your time and talent make a difference!
Each year, MVCC produces a full schedule of city parades. Operating those cameras, monitoring audio, and even directing – that’s a volunteer. If you are watching the Game of the Week (ten weeks of high school football and ten weeks of high school basketball) – yes, those are all volunteer videographers during the game (and setting up all the equipment). And the sports announcers? That fantastic team are all volunteers, and training the newest student announcers, too.
There’s more! Virtually all the television programming on Community Access Television (CATV991) is created by volunteer producers who want to share their ideas and stories with viewers. For forty years, the Santa Call-in Show has been seen by families throughout the Miami Valley, cablecast live on several channels. That takes a lot of volunteers!
Visitors who tour MVCC will immediately notice our Hall of Fame prominently displayed in the building; these show just a few of the many volunteers who have given years of service to community television.
When you volunteer with MVCC you are helping your community by documenting a moment in time for all to enjoy. You are contributing to the quality of life and well-being enjoyed by residents of the MVCC member communities.
Volunteers help MVCC tell the stories that matter. Thank you, volunteers!
The Miami Valley Communications Council operates four cable access channels with cable providers Spectrum TV and AT&T TV. Complete program schedule listings, as well as on-demand viewing, can be found at www.mvcc.video. MVCC was formed in 1976 as a council of governments representing the eight member cities of Centerville, Germantown, Kettering, Miamisburg, Moraine, Oakwood, Springboro, and West Carrollton.