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"The Movie Vault"
Saturday Nights at 11:00pm
on Cox Channel 16
This Week 10/10/15
"Sherlock Holmes"

GCTV is looking for volunteers to tape local sporting events.  We will provide all equipment and training needed.  Contact for more info.

GCTV's phone line has been canceled.  GCTV is still open for business and will continue to broadcast programming on Channel 16 and here on the GCTV website as usual. You can contact us by email at "". Thank you.

Granby Community Television, Cox Channel 16 is proud to announce that it is now broadcasting all programming via a "Fiber Optic" connection.  This gives GCTV's broadcast signal unprecedented quality and reliability.  We at Granby Community Television are always striving to better serve the communities it represents.


Need a GCTV Form? Click on "Downloads".


How do I access the programming on Granby Community Television / GCTV  Cox Channel 16 ?
With the introduction of the Cox "Mini Box" GCTV programming is always available on Channel number "16". 
Another option is to go to the GCTV website which provides Internet access to all Locally produced programs. The website address is
For those with AT&T or a satellite television provider the website is the only option for now. Calling your provider to request the addition of GCTV Channel 16 to your line up will support efforts to achieve this in the future.  
Granby Community Television with the support from the Tri-Town Cable Committee produces local programming for the towns of East Granby, Granby and Hartland.  We have recorded over a thousand town meetings and local events since going on the air in July 2006. GCTV is committed to supporting the continued availability of locally produced programming.  We are always seeking volunteers to help in taping and producing shows.  You can contact the station through the website. If you have any difficulty accessing our programming in any way please contact GCTV Board President Mike Malloy @ 860-604-2975.



Get to Know Us

Granby Community Television was founded in 1990 for the purpose of informing and educating the residents of Granby about their community. In its twenty years of existence, GCTV has taped over a thousand programs, obtained non-profit and tax-exempt status, and worked with the Town and The Granby Drummer to obtain studio space at 11 North Granby Road, next to the Police Station.


View These "Shows In The Spotlight".

View These "Shows In The Spotlight".
Click on show to view.

Celebrate Granby 2015
Hartland Land Trust presents, Chestnut Trees for CT
Granby 2015 Candidate Forum
East Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 09-23-15
East Granby, Town Topics (September Edition)
Granby Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting - 09-22-15
Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 09-21-15
Granby Board of Education Meeting - 09-16-15
East Granby Board of Finance Meeting - 09-15-15
Granby Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting - 09-15-15
East Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 09-09-15
Granby Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Commission - 09-09-15
Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 09-08-15
East Granby Pavilion Opening, with Still Kickin' and the Big City Horns
Granby Board of Education Meeting - 09-02-15
EGMS Poetry Cafe' 2015
East Granby Commission on Aging Meeting - 09-01-15
Hartland Carnival 2015
East Granby BOE Sub-Committee Meeting - 08-24-15
Granby Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting - 08-18-15
Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 08-17-15
26th Annual Hartland Blueberry Festival 2015
CT ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Kick-Off Event
NEW Bands on the Road "Gene Donaldson & The Stingrays"
NEW Bands on the Road "Maxx Explosion"
East Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 07-22-15
Granby Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting - 07-14-15
Granby Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Meeting - 07-08-15
NEW Bands on the Road "The Lorraine Drive Band"
East Granby's "Thrilla on the Hilla" Student vs. Faculty Basketball Challenge.
The Hartland Land Trust presents, Insects in the Garden: Friend, Foe, or Escargot.
Granby Board of Selectmen Meeting - 06-01-15
Conversation with Bill Hart
Bears in Connecticut
Granby Volunteer Fair 2015
12th Annual Gran-BEE 2015

The Drummer


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