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Michigan Television

Michigan Television Network
The future in local television.

 

Michigan Television

Your link to local TV

 

 


Below we will let you know about a few, but promising local TV shows.



Coming up soon on a local station near you.

MTN's fifth show

will have the talented Michigan native zombie actor, Bruce Campbell. Hear the state's first state song from Mike Ridley. A interview and some exclusive footage from Nicole 11:11 the techno genius and blonde bombshell. And last but not least, a dynamic video from Anton James. As always we will leave surprises in there for you, so you'll have to watch to find out.

Contact Michigan Television.


Musical Renaisance - The Show that Rocks Detroit due this fall.


A Music video show that recognizes local acts as well as national artist that are from here that have made it in the big time. Kid Rock, Ted Nugent, Bob Seger, Iggy Pop, with local musicians Anton James and The Howling Diablos.

This show is to give local bands incentive to create their videos, They will now have a local televsion outlet.

Contact Musical Renaisssance - The show that Rocks Detroit.

Michigan Comedy Hour

- Recognizing local comics, the first show was shot May 15, 2001 at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle. Hear our next state song from Mike Ridley and the histerical Kevin Wheeler

Contact Comedy show .






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Check out this local show.

Positively Detroit


Positively Detroit on WB20 The last special celebrated Detroit's 300th Birthday by highlighting Detroit's historical heritage with focus on the history of television, jazz, and filmmaking in Detroit. Going back to the early days of a new technology that changed life in Detroit, television brought America right into our living rooms. On a musical note, long before the "Motown Sound", Detroiters listened to a "new" American music style called Jazz. If you think Hollywood was the original king of celluloid fantasies - guess again. From the driving force behind the lens to the silver screen, Detroit was home to several pioneers of filmmaking.
What's really cool about this episode is yours truely did some of the camera work and there is footage borrowed from MTN's past shows.

Also I know there will be interviews with Doug Trevethan from Michigan Vue Magazine, Wayne Indyk from The Detroit Film Coalition, my friend A.J. Shweizer from WB20, the former operations manager (still employed with a different position, A.J has been at channel 20 since 1969) and it's hosted by another cool guy and good friend, Greg Russell.

Aired in July, next show due in January.




Check out Community Media Network - One of the few survivors of Public Access or these other local shows.




Community Media Network

www.communitymedianetwork.org

Loose Change TV

www.loosechange.tv

Backstage Pass

www.backstagepass.org

Imitation TV

www.Unrehearsed.com

Michigan TV stations

Michigan TV Stations.





Cadillac Community Television

www.vikingnet.org/tv2

Michigan Vue Magazine

Michigan Vue

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Check out these Michigan nonprofit organizations.

 Michigan Nonprofits


If you know of any local shows we can add to this page, please let us know.

 

 

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