- Is the Cable Office associated with Comcast? Can cable bills be paid at your office?
- What is public access television and how can a person schedule a program?
- Where are CVTV program schedules available?
- Does CVTV provide video copies of programs?
No, the Cable Office is the regulatory body for Comcast. Cable bills cannot be paid at the CVTV office.
Public access is when television production equipment and training is made available to citizens to produce their own shows. To find out more about public access, call Fort Vancouver Community Television (FVTV Cable Channel 11) at (360) 693-7544. CVTV has nothing to do with public access. The Cable TV Office only provides playback services for FVTV.
Access program schedules online or get them from the CVTV office. Programs are also listed each week in The Sunday Columbian TV Times.
Yes. To order a copy of a program, please visit www.cvtv.org or call (360) 487-8703.