Make sure you tune into channel 1022 if you are a Canton Spectrum cable subscriber.
Students in the Broadcast Media Program at McKinley High School produce shows for CCSTV. As part of the course curriculum, students develop content, write scripts, create storyboards, operate cameras, run the control room gear, and edit footage with the goal to educate, inform and entertain our community.
In addition to original programs, CCSTV also offers viewers up to the minute weather from our downtown weather station and highway cameras. National news bites and community information are displayed regularly via our Video Post-Its bulletin board. Direct from the districts central office administration the channel can perform live cut-ins of important district information such the ever-popular information to students: a Snow Day. CCSTV operates 24/7/365 programmed with news items and information for parents, students and staff.
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Broadcast Program Supervisor
Broadcast Media Teacher
Kent State University School of Broadcasting graduate and McKinley High School’s Broadcast Media teacher.
Proud graduate of the Canton City School District. Timken Senior High School Class of 2000 "Mr. Timken".
Broadcast Presentation Specialist
Kent State University graduate, grateful for the opportunities over the last four decades to work in broadcast-related positions in his hometown of Canton, Ohio.
521 Tuscarawas St., W.
Canton, OH 44702