If you live, work or attend school in St. Louis Park, you can submit programs to ParkTV for playback on the community television channel. Contact John McHugh at 952.924.2528 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
How can I request a copy of a recorded event?
To buy a recording of an event, email email@example.com or call 952.924.2635.
How can I watch the ParkTV channels if I don't have cable?
We have a big performance or presentation coming up. Can you record it and show it on cable TV?
Large events in St. Louis Park are suitable for multicamera production and are planned in advance by staff who cover ParkTV 16. To request a event or presentation to be recorded, contact Paul Broden at 952.924.2635 for more information. Sufficient advance notice is necessary.
What does ParkTV offer?
Answers about cable TV in St. Louis Park
A/V equipment training appointments through Community Education
Free equipment use to eligible people, resulting in TV programs playing on ParkTV 15 or 96
PSA playbacks for eligible organizations, displayed inbetween programs on ParkTV
A/V equipment and production consulting and referrals
ParkTV staff also help with the Senior Video Club and Senior Computer Buddies. Learn more about senior programs.
What equipment and facilities are available?
The following equipment is available
Camcorders and editing
Picture/object copy stand
Audio equipment and accessories
If reserved in advance, the high school TV studio can be used Tuesday - Thursday from 4 - 8 p.m., after pre-planning your production. TV studio multicamera taping requires a crew. Plan ahead; members of your organization can be trained as a crew.
Single camera use is also available.
Equipment/facility use, for eligible persons, is allowed after training or successful testing. Contact John McHugh at 952.924.2528 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What is required to use the city's video equipment?
To use the city's video equipment, you must either take a Community Education video equipment class, or, if you have been trained elsewhere, pass a free proficiency test. A community education catalog is mailed to every home, three times each year. Information and registration also available on Community Education's website.
If you live, work or attend school in St. Louis Park, or want to produce a program for a St. Louis Park organization to which you belong, there is no charge for use of equipment.
Multiple checkouts for a single program require a program production plan. Your program must be completed and played, free of charge, on ParkTV channel 15. You may also use your own equipment and borrow accessories from ParkTV channel 15.
Where are you located, and when are you available?
ParkTV staff is available at city hall Monday through Friday, by appointment. Staff often has appointments out of the building. Please contact John McHugh at 952.924.2528 or email@example.com to confirm availability or make an appointment.
Who should I contact to resolve issues or complaints with my cable company?
To resolve any issues or complaints you have with your cable provider, contact them directly. As the franchise authority for both Comcast and CenturyLink, ParkTV staff can help if you have been unable to resolve issues or complaints with either provider.
Note: ParkTV staff can’t access your account information for either provider or resolve your problem directly; instead they will contact the cable companies on your behalf to help resolve issues.
Call 952.928.2856 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., if working with your cable provider has been unsuccessful.