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Articles About channel 5

  • New Channel 5 show centers on domestic violence, finances

    Michelle Y. Graves, host of the long-running show “The Power of Money” on Dayton’s public access station, DATV, is teaming up with Yellow Springs’ own Channel 5 to present “Breaking the Silence,” a seven-part series on the topic of domestic violence. The series began airing Tuesday, April 16.

  • Take a hike with ‘The Naturalist’ on Channel 5

    Outfitted with a GoPro camera and decades’ worth of knowledge to share, local resident Don Cipollini brings viewers along on journeys that delve into the natural world on “The Naturalist” — the newest original program to be broadcast by Community Access Yellow Springs Channel 5.

  • Young artists bring ‘OTIS’ to life

    A newly released short film produced by a group of current and former YS Schools students, “OTIS,” is a meta meditation on the unpredictable nature of art, among other themes.

  • Channel 5 goes live online

    During his first several months at the station’s helm, Station Manager Ben Guenther’s guiding mission has been to make Channel 5 accessible to as many of those creative people as possible.

  • Channel 5 public access — Building community through TV

    Above: Lacey Fox, Community Access Yellow Springs Channel 5 Station Manager, in her office at the Bryan Center. Fox invites the community to submit their videos to Channel 5. (Photo by Lauren "Chuck" Shows)

    Public access television channel Community Access Yellow Springs — Spectrum Channel 5 — content is curated for its local cable audience, but it’s also, as was the intention for public access when it was originally conceived, meant to be utilized as a tool for creation by anyone in the community.

  • CAP plans for video group

    At its Feb. 21 meeting, Village Council heard the annual report of the Yellow Springs Community Access Panel, or CAP, the group that broadcasts meetings of Village commissions and panels on the local public access station.

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