JATV, cable channel 98 and digital channel 994, is the City of Janesville public access television station broadcasting on the Charter Communication cable system.
The mission of Janesville Community Access Television is to make available to residents a facility, equipment, training, and support for the production of quality, non-commercial programs. The purpose of the channel is to provide informational, educational, and entertaining local programs that reflect the community and the area.
The Hedberg Public Library operates the station under contract with the City of Janesville. The station is governed by the Cable Advisory Committee:
- Renee Dommershausen 2011
- Wes Davis 2011
- Yuri Rashkin, City Council Rep. 2011
- Andy Kronquist 2012
- Robert Novak III 2012
The station is funded through a portion of the annual franchise fee the city receives from Charter Communications and AT & T. Additional funding comes from grants, donations, and program sponsorship.
Non-profit organizations and individuals can provide programs that meet the station’s Rules for Use. Copies of the rules are available at the station and must be signed by all JATV program producers.
The station is located on the lower level of the Hedberg Public Library in the Administrative office area. Hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Evening and weekend hours are by appointment.
316 S. Main Street, Janesville, WI 53545
Phone 608.758.5823 Fax 608.758.6583