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Candidate Forums are Now Available On-Demand!
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Watch Graduation Archives by clicking links to right.
Truckee Talks Archive now available!
Truckee Talks on TTCTV was, so far, the longest running production in our studio’s history. The production team’s vision of presenting lively discussions of issues, culture and the unique quality of our community became a reality in 1997 and continued for more than 150 shows. The team over the years included producers Mary Lou Austin (formerly Sullivan), Gary McNally, Dan Harvey, Bill Furnell and Maia Schneider. The executive team included our spiritual and technical leader John Echols, TTCTV studio directors Peter Fletcher, Cristie Bray, Eric Matloff, and Rory O’Farrell. The crew over the years included many Truckee High School students plus Brian Regalot, Moana Roberts, Jack Davis, Hartley and Pattie Lesser, “Sweet” Pryor, Tom Ballou and many others. The show was primarily hosted by Executive Producer Maia Schneider and often guest-hosted or co-hosted by Ted Owens.
Truckee Tahoe Airport Board Meetings Now Streaming Live and On Demand!
More Sports Coverage Planned...
Volunteers are needed to help with these efforts and we will be publicizing this later in the year.
Welcome to Truckee Tahoe Community Television
Our mission is to foster community awareness and communication through local programming from individuals, groups and agencies. We serve the Truckee, North Tahoe area with interesting and informative programs through Channel 6, Channel 24 and online video streaming.
In the next few days you can check out our Program Schedule, classes to be offered and how you can submit community notices to our video bulletin board.
Become a member or a community partner. Help support the only local community programming in the area. Click on the box on the left to see how you can join and support community programming.
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Town of Truckee and TDPUD
JULY 4TH 2011