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.

Sign Up: ONTV Kids Film Club

ONTV is starting the ONTV Kids Film Club! This eight session club meets every two weeks to train kids 11 to 16 how to make their own films! The $50 registration fee covers all instruction materials, Club T-shits, and entry into the ONTV Wildwood Film Festival. CLICK HERE for more information.

This Film Club is an in depth exploration into film making including: Cameras and Accessories, Cinematography, Script Writing, Intro to Editing, Special Effects/Green Screen, Acting/Improv, Horror Makeup, and Animation.

Seats are limited to the first 20 students.

Call to register: 248-393-1060 or 248-693-3377.

PAY ONLINE: Kids Film Club

Attention: ONTV Board Meeting Date Change

The regular meeting of the Orion Neighborhood Television Board of Trustees held at 1349 Joslyn Rd. and scheduled for May 10, 2017 at 7:00pm, has been rescheduled for May 9th 2017 at 7:00pm.
If you have any questions regarding this change please contact ONTV at 248-393-1060.

ONTV Volunteer Appreciation Banquet

ONTV would like to congratulate the all of the winners at our annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet held on Friday April 21, 2017. Without all of our hard working and loyal producers/volunteers ONTV would not be what it is today! Here’s to another great year to come!

Individual Award Winners:
Volunteer of the Year: Sue Lovelace & Evelyn Doyle
Producer of the Year: Anthony Taormina, Sammy Taormina & Ian Witherspoon
Spirit of Public Access: George Sinnott
Intern of the Year: Joe Sims
Golden Microphone Award: Kevin Mccormick
Dragon Award: Melissa Kratt & Brad Daenzer

State of The Township Address 2017

ONTV was on hand for the 2017 State of the Township Address held at Woodside Bible Church on Wednesday March 29th. We would like to thank the staff at Woodside Church for all of their production help! ONTV hopes this will be the first of many collaborations with Woodside.

The Address will be airing on Government Channel Comcast 20 at the following times for next month:
Tuesdays: 7:00pm
Wednesdays: 5:00pm
Thursdays: 5:00pm
Saturdays: 12:00pm and 8:00pm
Sundays: 10:00am and 7:00pm

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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