Items tagged: cgtv

Champaign Connection Episode 59 Airing Now Through November

Champaign Connection Episode 59 Airing Now Through November On this episode of Champaign Connection, it’s that time of year again! The fall yard waste collection season is upon us. Learn what to do with your fall yard waste and when Public Works will be in your neighborhood for pickup. Learn what to do with your […]

Now on CGTV: Improved Pedestrian Safety at Downtown Crosswalks

Recently, staff from CGTV and Public Works teamed up to produce the first in a series of short videos about the improved pedestrian crosswalks throughout the City of Champaign. The first video in the series takes us downtown to the intersections of S. Walnut St. and Logan St. where the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon traffic […]

City Video Earns Award of Distinction

As reported earlier this summer, the City-produced video Body Cameras: CPD’s New Tool to Protect and Serve was recognized as a finalist for a national award from the City-County Communications & Marketing Association (3CMA). On September 7, during 3CMA’s Annual Conference, the City was presented with an Award of Distinction (3rd place) in 3CMA’s prestigious Savvy […]

Now on CGTV: Champaign Police Department Employee Awards Ceremony

On May 16, the Champaign Police Department celebrated everyday heroes by honoring the police officers, staff, and citizens who went above and beyond to serve our community, and CGTV was on hand to film the ceremony. Highlights from the event included police department acknowledgment of staff’s commitment and dedication to our city. This year’s celebration […]

Now Airing on CGTV: Great Authors at the Library, An Evening with Peter McCarty

CGTV and the Champaign Public Library worked together to produce a new video for their “Great Authors at the Library” series. On April 12, author and illustrator Peter McCarty talked about what inspires him and how he creates the many beloved characters in his books such as Hondo & Fabian, Moon Plane, and others. The […]

Body Camera Video a National Award Finalist

Earlier this year, staff from the Champaign Police Department and City Manager’s Office collaborated to produce a video to educate the public about the rollout of officer-worn body cameras. Shortly after its public debut, the Communications Division entered the video into the City-County Communications & Marketing Association’s (3CMA) 2017 Savvy Awards – a national competition […]

Mayor’s Video Earns National Award

The City-produced video A Welcome from Mayor Feinen was recently awarded an Honorable Mention award in the 2017 Government Programming Awards sponsored by the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA). Public, education, and government access stations from across the country enter their best work into this annual competition, and CGTV is honored to once again be […]

CGTV Telecasts Public Meeting for the Proposed Stormwater Utility Fee Rate Increase

On Wednesday, June 28, Champaign Government Television (CGTV) joined the Public Works Department and the Finance Department to produce a live telecast of the public meeting for the proposed stormwater utility fee rate increase. This presentation provides information along with Q & A about the stormwater plan of finance that includes a proposed rate increase. […]

The MTD Comes to CGTV

On April 26, 2017, the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District (MTD), in partnership with the City of Champaign, rolled out its first live telecast of the MTD Board of Trustees meeting on CGTV. The meeting was also streamed live on the City’s website. MTD’s Board of Trustees meetings are regularly held on the last Wednesday of […]

CGTV Televises Candidate Forum for Council Districts 2 and 5

On Wednesday, March 1, CGTV produced a live telecast of the candidate forum for council districts 2 and 5. The event was held in City Council Chambers to provide information to the public before the April 4 election. It was hosted and sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Champaign County, the NAACP of Champaign […]