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Forgotten Coast Television (FCTV)
Forgotten Coast TV is Beach TV the way it should be. FCTV programming focuses on tourism, entertainment & outdoor activities on the Forgotten Coast.
30a Media – 30a Television
30a Television is a leading provider of original hyperlocal TV programming for NW Florida, we call it "Information, Entertainment, Beach Style". 30a TV broadcasts on Channel 17 Mediacom and Channel 8 Fairhope Communications, in 9 counties from Sandestin to Alligator Point, nationwide on Roku Web TV, Ominbox Networks, mobile devices, apps and at www.30a.tv Original television shows and rebroadcasts of great content. UPLOAD your videos - Our pick of the best put you on TV ! 30A TV rocks ! Free to join to get free stuff !! How about a day at the spa, or discounts on shopping dining and travel. Join Free today ! 30A TV reaches 55,000 homes and businesses on cable, 48,000 on ROKU TV and is syndicated on the worlds' largest online TV website Filmon.com
Sinclair Broadcast Group WTWC NBC
WTWC is a FL based station and a NBC Television affiliate owned and operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group. Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. is one of the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies in the country today. Sinclair owns and operates, programs or provides sales services to 163 television stations in 77 markets, after pending transactions. Sinclair's television group reaches approximately 38.7% of US television households and includes FOX, ABC, MyTV, CW, CBS, NBC, Univision and Azteca affiliates. Community Involvement The owner and Sinclair Broadcast Group, LLC. continue to broaden its recruiting outreach by effectively establishing communication with recruiting resources in the broadcasting community, professional organizations, community based organizations and outreach through our corporate and local station job opportunities websites. Examples of the efforts made by stations in this employment unit include an ongoing internship program with regional colleges and high schools. Our department managers attend job fairs at local and regional colleges in an effort to recruit candidates with an interest in a broadcast related field. We have also had numerous local schools come to our station for tours, and our news staff has gone directly to schools to speak to them about careers in Broadcasting. In addition, our station participates in high school career workshops that introduce broadcasting careers to high school and middle school students.