Hudson Cable Television
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owned and operated by the City
of Hudson. HCTV is a
nonprofit, noncommercial TV station, funded through franchise fees paid by Hudson subscribers to Time Warner Cable. If you live or work in Hudson, make Hudson Cable 15, 16 and 17 your favorite channels!
Time Warner Cable
On May 6, 2014, Time Warner Cable (TWC) removed Hudson Cable Television analog channels (15, 16 & 17) from its Direct Connect Analog Cable channel line-up. In order to access HCTV channels, a Digital Set Top Box or QAM tuner is needed. To order a "digital adapter" for non-QAM televisions, TWC customers should call 1-855-286-1736 or visit twc.com/digitaladapter
On February 28, 2015 Time Warner Cable again moved our channels on the Digital Set Top Cable Box. If you use a set top box, you will find our channels on 15, 16 & 17. If you are a Direct Connect cable customer, you will find our channels on 96.15, 96.16 and 96.17.
HCTV, Time Warner Channel Re-Map Video
Hudson Cable Television operates three channels:
, and 17
) that are available in the Time Warner Cable station lineup.
Channel 15/ 96.15
HCTV Channel 15 offers public access programs, created by individual in the community or by HCTV staff. The HCTV staff will help individuals produce their own TV shows to air on Channel 15. Watch the LIVE Channel 15 Web Stream by clicking the link below.
Channel 16 / 96.16
HCTV Channel 16 / 96.16 is the home of government programs, including City Council Meetings & Workshops, boards & commissions meetings, school board meetings and more.
Channel 17 / 96.17
HCTV Channel 17 / 96.17 is the Community Bulletin Board, offering information about community events, programs, and other information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is no charge for our Community Bulletin Board Announcement.
Public Access Services
HCTV offers free air time for its citizens, educational institutions, and governmental departments. The staff at the HCTV station provides cameras and video production instruction to Hudson organizations and residents at no charge! Learn to produce a talk show, conduct an interview, tape a meeting, broadcast a sporting event, or share a favorite concert. No prior experience necessary...just ideas, interest, and energy!
To learn more about how to produce your own TV program, review our Program Rules & Regulations, and call Hudson Cable TV at (330) 653-2500.