Fort Wayne's K-12 Educational TV
LTV 24/54 is Fort Wayne's K-12 Education Access Channel and is available to all Comcast and Frontier cable subscribers. Schools within and outside the FWCS district produce some of the programming for LTV. Other programs come from renown organizations, such as Better Kid Care from Penn State University, Colonial Williamsburg, the Annenberg Foundation's Explore, various programs from NASA, SeaWorld's ShamuTV and other prestigious contributors.
LTV 24/54 is run by Fort Wayne Community Schools and operated from a grant through the City of Fort Wayne's Cable Fund Advisory Board. Our office and studio are located at Anthis Career Center.
Programs on LTV-24/54 bring rare and specialized experiences into the classroom and home. Live, interactive shows take students on electronic field trips from the bottom of the ocean to outer space. Students can ask scientists questions, talk with students in other countries, or watch a paleontologist reconstruct a dinosaur skeleton.
LTV often lends equipment to schools that need help in getting their video programs started. If you would like to get your school's programs on LTV, or if you have any questions about us, give us a call. We will be happy to help in any way we can.
- LTV YouTube Channel
- Better Kid Care
- Colonial Williamsburg
- Construction Education and Research
- Fairfax Network
- NASA Connect
- NASA eClips
- NASA TV
- National Park Foundation
- Prince William Network
- SEA-Inside Pacific Northwest
- Shamu TV
- US Department of Education
Get information you need about Fort Wayne Community schools! See schedules for times and dates.
Tim Moriarty, Coordinator
Elizabeth Lord Cary, Programming Technician
Mark Herber, Network Technician Senior Audio Visual
Located in the Anthis Career Center
1200 South Barr Street
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802