Programming Guide
The weekly programming schedule is available for viewing online. Please refer to the guide for show times. Also available, are Policies and Procedures documents, a Producer Submission form, and Consent Release forms.

Victory at Sea
The Villa Park Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2801, in a partnership with STAK Productions of Villa Park, will broadcast all 26 episodes of the Emmy Award winning documentary Victory At Sea. Victory at Sea is a documentary TV show about naval warfare during World War II, that was originally aired by NBC in the USA in 26 half-hour segments. The series, which won an Emmy in 1954 as best public affairs program, played a major role in establishing historic documentaries as a viable television genre.

The President's Corner
Join Village of Villa Park's President, Tom Cullerton, each week as he talks about issues and events relevant to our community.

Students Thrive in 45
This video news-magazine, produced by School District 45, is your opportunity to take a peek inside the eight schools, and many classrooms of District 45. In each program, we take a look at the daily experiences and learning opportunities shared by students and staff throughout the Villa Park / Lombard school district.

Army News Watch
Army News Watch features a new look as well as a renewed commitment to provide the American public with a look at the Army, from the inside out. Produced by soldiers and members of the Soldiers Media Center, this biweekly program packs information about Army people, issues, actions and equipment into a 30 minute magazine format.

White House Chronicles
White House Chronicles is a weekly news and public affairs program, airing nationwide on PBS, public access cable, and commercial television channels. The programs goal is to look at the news with a good sense of fun. Its hosts are nationally syndicated columnist and author Llewellyn King, and veteran journalist Linda Gasparello.

American Democracy Television (ADTV)
Through a non-partisan alliance of civic education groups, ADTV offers a series of programs that feature such subjects as: How representative democracy works at the local, state and national level and How ideas and special interests are represented. ADTV is made possible by the Alliance for Representative Democracy, a partnership combining the resources of: The National Conference of State Legislatures, Trust for Representative Democracy, the Center for Civic Education and the Center on Congress at Indiana University

Also Featured
Villa Park Village Board Meetings, both live and rebroadcasts.
News About Town, featuring interview segments related to special events, organizations, and businesses in Villa Park.
District 88 Board meetings
Special programming, features include the Fourth of July parade, school concerts, Joyful Traditions, Summerfest, Oktoberfest, and more.