Library Television Network
Producing high-quality programming to inform and educate the citizens of West Virginia on public libraries and state government.
Services are provided to all libraries free of charge
Television production live and taped
Location production around the state
Live performances broadcasting from the Cultural Center Theater
Training and technical video production
Graphic design production
DVD authoring and transfer from video
Streaming video authoring
PowerPoint to video transfer
Radio public service announcement production
Multiple viewing sites for live satellite teleconference
Live or prerecoreded internet video streaming through the libraries
Duplication services of VHS, DVD, CD and professional formats
Video cassette repair
Technical assistance provided for video and satellite related issues
From humble beginnings in 1977, the Library Television Network has evolved into a state-of-the-art, broadcast-quality television studio. Over the years, the Network has expanded its programming and linked with local and statewide cable companies to greatly increase our viewership.
Today LTN produces programs ranging from the Department of Agriculture to the Treasurers Office and private sector programming. These programs are also available through one hundred and forty public libraries around the state via our web video server.
Current Cable Television Subscribers
» Suddenlink Channel 17; Library Television Network 84 hours; 120,803 subscribers serving Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell and Fayette counties
» Comcast Channel 24; Marshall University 30 hours - 28,000 subscribers serving Cabell and Putnam counties
» Comcast Channel 20; Huntington Public Access 4 hours; 28,000 subscribers serving Cabell and Putnam counties.
» Time Warner Cable Channel 18; Robert C. Byrd High School 105 hours; 26,000 subscribers serving Marion, Harrison, Lewis and Upshur counties
» Suddenlink Channel 17 and Channel 97; Southern WV Community College 4 hours; 45,000 subscribers serving Logan, Mingo and Lincoln counties
» Comcast Communications Channel 15; Morgantown Channel 15 32 hours; 28,000 subscribers serving Monongalia and Marion counties
» Adelphia Communications Channel 15; City of Grafton 45 hours; 3,300 subscribers serving Taylor and Monongalia counties
» WLPX TV Channel 9; Ion Media 1 hour; 283,023 subscribers serving Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell, Mason, Lincoln and Fayette Counties.
» WLSC-TV Comcast Channel 14; West Liberty State College - 10 hours - 30,000 subscribers serving Ohio and Marshall Counties
» Rapid Cable Channel 12; Summersville Community Television - 105 hours - 2,800 subscribers serving Nicholas County
» WVWC-TV Suddenlink Channel 22 West Virginia Wesleyan College - 154 hours - 5,824 subscribers serving Upshur County
Total Number of subscribers = 600,750
Total hours per week = 574