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Orion Neighborhood Television is your community media outlet. If you live in the Orion Township area we can teach you how to create your own television program or crew on staff produced programs. We offer training on studio and field equipment, workshops for lighting, editing, and much more.

Our mission is to empower community members and groups to create, communicate and connect through television and video production!

Comcast Channel 10: Public

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Offers Public Access volunteer submitted programming, general community events news, concerts, sports and more.

Comcast Channel 20: Government

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Provides Government Access with live and On-Dmeand playback coverage of meetings along with the message board posting of agendas and public notices.

Comcast Channel 22: Education

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Offers Education Access with a calendar of events for each school in the LOCS district.

LOHS Sports Coverage Is Just Around The Corner

The 2016/2017 LOHS sports season is about to get underway! Don’t miss any second of the action! ONTV will be out covering Football, Soccer, Swimming,Volleyball, and Cross Country.

Tune in Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm for the latest games in our lineup. Select games will also be streamed LIVE for a fee through www.nfhsnetwork.com. A portion of the paid proceeds helps fund the award winning video class at Lake Orion High School.

ONTV Orientation

If you’d like to be a part of ONTV the first step is Orientation. Our next Free Orientation Session is September 12th at 6:30pm. Meet the ONTV staff, tour the facility, and learn how you can help your local television station! Call ONTV to reserve your seat: 248-393-1060. Or sign up online HERE.

Why Is A Local Media Center Important To a Community?

Community Media Centers are a local resource that help inform, teach, and connect residents. How has your Community Media Center impacted your community? We’d like to hear from you! CLICK HERE to let ONTV know!

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