MVCC NEWS

New Series Pam the Book Lady Begins Reading Adventures in January

Families looking to explore colorful reading adventures have a new television show checked out just for them, with the series premiere of Pam the Book Lady on Sunday, January 23 at 8:30am, exclusively on MVCC’s Educational Channel EATV21. Curious about Curious George? Want to hear classic stories such as The Giving Tree and The Little […]

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University of Dayton Programming to Begin on EATV Channel 21 in 2022

University of Dayton Programming to Begin on EATV Channel 21 in 2022 The University of Dayton strives to link learning and scholarship with leadership and service. That mission takes the next step thanks to a collaborative effort with the Miami Valley Communications Council (MVCC) to share television programming on Educational Access Channel EATV21 starting in […]

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Washington-Centerville Public Library Gains New Series Time in January

Starting on January 23, 2022, viewers who enjoy books, stories, and craft activities have a new time to tune in. The Washington-Centerville Public Library (WCPL) will begin a new series time for all their television programming: Sundays at 9:00am on MVCC’s Educational Channel 21. What can viewers expect? The Speakers Bureau documentaries are a well-researched […]

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MVCC High School Basketball

MVCC returns in 2021/2022 for another exciting season broadcasting boys and girls High School Basketball. See the Schedule below:

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Closed Captioning Arrives for Government Channels

Cable subscribers in the Miami Valley will now have enhanced viewing choices when watching local government programs on the Miami Valley Communications Council (MVCC) Channels 5 and 6. Beginning in January of 2022, residents of Centerville, Germantown, Kettering, Miamisburg, Moraine, Oakwood, Springboro, and West Carrollton can select Closed Captioning for a video option when watching virtually any […]

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Lights, Camera, Parks

The Miami Valley Communications Council (MVCC) is collaborating with the West Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department to bring the fun and activity of television production to its residents. In February 2022, West Carrollton residents can sign up for the new program Lights, Camera, Parks through the city’s parks department This one-day event is an exciting way for […]

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The MVCC Podcast

Now available exclusively on Miami Valley Communications Council Channel 991, The MVCC Podcast is the new conversational series where viewers will hear the stories of who and how local television is being made. What’s on the channel, technology news, and interviews with content creators and staff are just some of the topics presented in this half-hour program. […]

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Fiber optic network seeks business, home growth

Dayton and Montgomery County are among several entities looking into connecting to a suburban fiber optics network planning to expand internet options to businesses and homes. Miami Twp., Sinclair Community College’s Dayton campus, Trotwood and Trotwood-Madison schools also have been part of talks to join the Miami Valley Communication Council’s ring, Executive Director Jay Weiskircher […]

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NEXT PHASE of GATEWAYfiber NETWORK

04-08-21  NEXT PHASE OF $3 MILLION OF FIBER OPTIC NETWORK PROJECT LAUNCHES A nice article from the Dayton Daily News providing updates on the GATEway Fiber network with quotes from MVCC Council Chair Leanne Nash and Executive Director Jay Weiskircher.  Read it Here https://bit.ly/3getzwm

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Business Journal Article On MVCC Fiber Network

Check out the article in the Dayton Business Journal on the MVCC fiber project.  A big MVCC thanks to Centerville City Manager Wayne Davis for making mention of the project during a recent presentation by JobsOhio President J.P. Nauseef. https://bit.ly/2VDZPPP

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MVCC Debuts New Infrastructure

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, February28, 2019–Miami Valley Communications Council(MVCC) in Centerville, Ohio is a municipal communications and technology organization that represents eight member cities in the area, and holds affiliate agreements with 23other Miami Valley cities. Upgrading its master control and playout infrastructure to high definition while replacing decade-old legacy equipment, the council selected the Cablecast Community […]

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