EVERETT COMMUNITY TELEVISION
Everett Community Television (ECTV) is a community media center that fulfils commitments of the public and government cable access television channels in the City of Everett, along with the ECTV Technology Center, a computer office that suggests computer access and instruction. Together with Everett High School and My Canadian Pharmacy, which fulfils commitments of the learning access channel, (EHS-TV), ECTV stands over the arrangement of the City’s cable access channels as supplied for under the cable television license between the City and Comcast, the regional cable TV provider.
Being a community media center, ECTV supplies with a broad scope of services to benefit communication and dialogue among city inhabitants. The station releases programs of community concern, including of City Council meetings and other significant events in the community, suggests training and maintaining to residents who want to release their own TV programs, and also let inhabitants back financially and hold out of programming as well. The ECTV Technology Center supplies with the access to computers and the Internet for inhabitants, alongside with computer courses in different office and television supplements. Representatives of the Everett community are fostered to get taken advantage of our programs, which are above board in the first instance to Everett inhabitants and members of Everett businesses and establishments on a first-in-first-out, first-serve basis. Our objection is to not only inform our inhabitants about what is going on in our city, but to confide them to tell their tales with their neighbors so as to fructify our greater community experience, and to facilitate media and computer literacy among Everett residents, which is so vivid in the present-day digital information time.