Beech Grove TV (BGTV 28)
Cable Access for BGTV 28
- Comcast Cable Channel 28
- U-Verse Channel 99
Beech Grove TV - BGTV28 Home
BGTV Message Board Announcement Request Form
2014 Meeting Videos
Board of Sanitation, Board of Works and Council Meeting Videos
The City Hall Show
2014 State of the City Address
05.20.2014 Town Hall Meeting
BGTV28 Video Archives
2013 City Council Meetings
2013 Board of Sanitation/Board of Works Meetings
2013 Redevelopment Commission Meetings
2013 State of the City Address
2013 Main Street Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
2012 Board of Sanitation, Board of Works, City Council
2012 Redevelopment Commission Meetings
2012 School Board Meetings
BGTV is what is known as a PEG channel. PEG stands for public, educational and government access channel and can be seen on Comcast channel 28 inside the Beech Grove city limits, and AT&T U-verse Channel 99 throughout Central Indiana. BGTV began back in 1983 with only 2 hours of monthly programming. 2008 was the 25th year for BGTV. BGTV is the only media outlet that is 100% dedicated to the City of Beech Grove.
BGTV attends and broadcasts public municipal meetings each month. Every meeting is either shown live on the channel and replayed throughout the month, or recorded and replayed. In addition to the meetings being replayed on BGTV, the meetings are also digitized and uploaded to the Internet which allows the programs to be viewed on a computer.
Groups or individuals may produce programming and have sole responsibility for content without censorship or editorial override by the government, BGTV or the cable operator. Programming may be executed by volunteers or produced elsewhere and submitted by residents. Programming is cablecast on the public access channel.
BGTV produces more than eight hours of public access programming a week. BGTV is broadcast 24-7, 365 days-a-year. The BGTV production staff produces quality, informative series for Beech Grove and Central Indiana viewers and reaches over 105,000 subscribers. When programs aren't shown, BGTV displays various city and community announcements. City Council and other Board and Commission agendas are regularly posted with other governmental announcements. Residents or local organizations wishing to promote a community event, garage sale or other information can do so by submitting the BGTV Message Board Announcement Request Form.