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


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

Comcast Channel 20: Government


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


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

ONTV Food Drive Is A Huge Success!

ONTV would like to thank the community for all of their support during our 7th Annual Food Drive. Our goal was to collect 5,000lbs of food for Oxford/Orion Fish which we exceeded! Your donations totaled 6,250lbs!

A special “thank you” goes out to our collection partners for working so hard on behalf of Fish and ONTV in the weeks leading up to Food Drive. The response from those who donated on Saturday February 4th was also fantastic. The record number of raffle items donated by area businesses was also a big draw.

Finally ONTV would like to thank our hard working volunteers who packed the food, hosted the live six hour telethon, operated cameras, made runs for donation pick ups, and offered support to this event. Without our volunteers ONTV would not have been able to help feed those in need around our community.

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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