Join the Network!
The American Democracy Television virtual network provides quality, timely and flexible video programs that public, education and government channels, public access stations, statewide networks and others can use to engage citizens with their representative government.
Sample public service announcements and interstitials can be viewed on the American Democracy Television Channel on YouTube.
Through a nonpartisan alliance of civic education groups, ADTV offers a series of free programs in all broadcast formats. Topics include:
For more information, send an email to email@example.com or call Karl Kurtz, 303-364-7700, ext. 1451, at the National Conference of State Legislature's Trust for Representative Democracy.
- How representative democracy works at the local, state and national level
- How compromise and disagreement are an important part of our system of democracy
- How citizens' ideas and special interests are represented
- Ways citizens' can make their voices heard
American Democracy Television is made possible by the Alliance for Representative Democracy, a partnership combining the resources of: The National Conference of State Legislatures, Trust for Representative Democracy, the Center for Civic Education and the Center on Congress at Indiana University.This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education under the Education for Democracy Act approved by the U.S. Congress.
Stations by State
Channel 15 Town of Prescott Valley – Prescott Valley, AZ www.pvaz.net
Na Leo 'O Hawaii, Inc. – Hilo, HI
Treasure Valley Public Access Station – Boise, ID
WPAL-TV – Peotone, IL
KRCC-TV – Lexington, KY
Sandwich Community Television – Sandwich, MA
Wakefield Community Access Television, Inc. – Wakefield, MA http://wcat.tv/
Nash County PA – Alexander County Ga, Chatton County PA – Cary, NC
FATV-10, City of Fairborn – Fairborn, OH
RCCATV Channel 3 – Wisconsin Rapids, WI
This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education under the Education for Democracy Act approved by the U.S. Congress.