Highland Park Public Access Television Center

In 2008, Comcast notified the City of Highland Park that it would be ceasing operation of its local public access studio on December 31, 2009. Recognizing that the Highland Park community has a long tradition of utilizing and supporting public access television, the City of Highland Park worked cooperatively with Comcast and neighboring communities to preserve public access television and assumed responsibility of the previous Comcast studio. The City worked with Comcast to relocate Comcast’s studio to the lower level of the Highland Park Police Station Headquarters (“Headquarters”). Additionally, the City entered into intergovernmental agreements with the Village of Deerfield and Village of Winnetka, thereby making this resource accessible to the three communities. On February 1, 2010, the Highland Park Public Access Television Center (“Center”) reopened for video production, editing and playback.

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