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TV10 is the City of Charlottesville's television station. Its programming is available on Comcast Cable Channel 10 or on Charlottesville's website. David Dillehunt is TV10's editor, videographer and director.

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Charlottesville City Council meetings are televised on cable channel 10 and the city’s website. The service is paid for in part by a fee Comcast charges customers through a franchise agreement.

“TV10 is largely funded through [Public, Educational and Government] fees, the money that we receive as part of our franchise agreement with Comcast,” said Miriam Dickler, the city’s communications director.

Dickler said that funding only goes towards technology required to run the city’s three public access channels. Salaries for employees to staff them come out of the city’s operating budget. [1]


  1. Web. Albemarle seeks partnerships for video streaming government meetings, Charlottesville Tomorrow, February 6, 2014, retrieved February 12, 2014.

External Links

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