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TV 30 (Tri Valley Community Television). Tri-Valley Community Television (TV30) is a non-profit government and public education television channel serving the Tri-Valley area. The cities include Livermore, Dublin, Pleasanton and San Ramon. The station operates channels 28, 29 and 30 on the Comcast Cable System. It can also be seen throughout the San Francisco Bay Area on AT&T U-verse VDSL service. It cablecasts to 68,000 households representing a population of nearly 200,000 people. Until mid-2007, TV30 was one of the few community cable stations with a live daily newscast. The Pleasanton-based station has endured management and budget controversies. Programming. Tri-Valley Community Television broadcasts public meetings on an on-going basis, including the city council meetings of each of the four participating jurisdictions, as well as the Pleasanton School Board, the Dublin School Board, the Livermore School Board and the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District. The bulk of the station shows air on channel 30, while the meeting mostly air on 28 and 29. One of the longest running shows at the station has been Let's Talk Sports. Hosted by George "Dr. B" Baljevich, the show grew from a call-in talk show, to a studio interview talkshow, and later a field production at TV30. The last in-studio taping of this show took place in 2004. Everything Local is another long-running show that started off in-studio, then moved to the field. It was at first hosted by various faces at the station. When it moved to the field, it was hosted by Eboni Warnking, and is now no longer in production. The station also receives money to produce and air several shows, including Livermore Life (paid for by the Livermore Downtown Association) and COPPS (City of Pleasanton Police). Lately there has been a shift away from locally produced programming such as Media Roundtable and Everything Local. The station has started airing programs produced by outside sources such as the University of Hawaii-produced Growing Old in a New Age, and the PBS program California Connected. Local shows produced and aired by TV30. Conversations With Robin Fahr, COPPS, In A Word, Let's Talk Sports, Livermore Life, Mayors Report, Slice of Life Dublin, Tri-Valley Sports Final. TV30 shows no longer being produced: Ask The Doctor, Everything Local, Magic Mike's Playhouse, Media Roundtable, Positively Pleasanton, The Real Estate Show, TV30 Weekend (Sometimes referred to as TV30 News: Weekend Edition), TV30 News, Valley Forum. TV30 News. The station's flagship show was the live newscast, titled "TV30 News Live At 4" at the time of its cancellation. TV30 was one of the only community cable stations in the country to have a live, daily newscast. It debuted as "580/680 News", but became "TV30 News" in 2005. In 2007, the name changed again, this time to "TV30 News Live At 4" to emphasize its live presence. That change brought new features, including a controversial traffic segment. The show was anchored by Tom Morrison since its inception in 1988. George "Dr. B" Baljevich" anchored sports since the beginning. Ian Bartholomew was also a sports anchor, joining in the early 1990s. Shortly after the newscast was launched, Robin Fahr joined Tom Morrison as co-anchor for the show. By 2005, Fahr was only anchoring one or two days a week with Michelle Soba anchoring or Morrison solo-anchoring the rest of the week. Soba took over the desk full-time that year. She left in early 2007, and was replaced by Melinda Meza. By early 2008, financial problems at the station began to mount, with the news bearing the brunt of the blame. In a March 5, 2008 Pleasanton Weekly article, Dublin Mayor and TV30 board chair Janet Lockhart was quoted as saying "The news program is the most expensive in the station lineup." Lockhart raised concerns over the newscast in the Pleasanton Weekly article, "It makes no sense to me to have a live traffic report aired at 4 p.m. and then the same news repeated through the evening," she added. "I also don't understand why our local station reports on news you can watch on regular stations, such as the latest news online TV." Citing increased costs at keeping the news afloat, the board ultimately canceled "TV30 News Live at 4" in April 2008. The board is considering a weekly or monthly news magazine in its place. watch Tri Valley Community Television live tv channel. Online Tri Valley Serving Dublin. Tri-Valley Community Television - Serving Dublin Livermore Pleasanton and San Ramon Exclusively.
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