What is CCX Media?
We got our start in 1982 as Northwest Community Television. We're a nonprofit organization operating a public access television center for use by residents and organizations in nine of the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
What is public access?
Public access is a service that provides communities with "access" to cable television channel(s) for individual expression of ideas as protected by the First Amendment.
How much does it cost to produce a show?
All classes, production equipment, and channel time are free to residents of our service area—the only things that aren't free are recordable media like SD cards and DVDs. How is this possible? We’re funded by franchise fees paid by the cable company and by a community television fee charged to cable subscribers on their monthly bills.
How many people will see my show?
There are approximately 75,000 Comcast subscribers.
Are you the cable company?
Although our public access programs are cablecast on the Comcast cable system, we are not the cable company. Their customer service number is 651.222.3333.
What's ahead for you?
Technology has changed a lot over the years, but our mission remains unchanged—to provide area residents and organizations with the tools necessary to effectively communicate their ideas with their communities. As for what's ahead, we continue to incorporate new technologies, the latest being digital and HD recording formats.
Rules and Procedures Governing the Use of Equipment, Facilities and (Access) Community Television Channels by the Public
Attachment B: Public Access—Political Candidates
|CCX CREATE STAFFCCX Media Executive Director
Mike Johnson email@example.com
Community TV Manager
Barb Nolan Clark
CCX CREATE staff email firstname.lastname@example.org
Trudy Radniecki email@example.com
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Robbinsdale, City Manager
Osseo, City Administrator
Plymouth, Communications Manager
New Hope, City Manager
Crystal, City Manager
Dr. Duane Orn
Brooklyn Park, City Manager
Golden Valley, Communications Manager
Sue Ellen Zagrabelny
Appointed by the Northwest Suburbs Cable Communications Commission (NWSCCC)