Mountain Community Television
Mountain Community Television Channel 15 (commonly known as MCTV 15) is a small Public-access television cable TV station based in Weed, California and founded by Diana J. Limjoco, its first Chairman, Exec. Director, Producer. The studios are located at College of the Siskiyous in Weed and the station is broadcast daily on Northland Cable Television's Mount Shasta area cable system on channel 15.
In July, 2008, MCTV 15 contracted Mt. Shasta resident, Audra Gibson as Executive Director. Audra brings over nine years experience to the Non-Profit Organization dba Siskiyou Media Council, responsible for the management of south county Public Access Television.
Gibson, a former Mt. Shasta mayor, worked with Diana Limjoco to establish the non-profit in 2002 and promoted the mission of MCTV15 to establish programming and facilities for public use. She brings years of volunteer participation as MCTV’s Secretary, President, Government liaison for the cities of Weed, Mt. Shasta and Dunsmuir, as well as producer and production volunteer.
In 2006, MCTV 15 began working with Yreka Community Television Channel 4 in a revamping effort.
- Deborra Brannon - Executive Director
- Sean Monaghan - Intern
Board Of Directors
- Greg Messer - President
- Barbara Dillmann - Secretary/Treasurer
- Nathan Johnston - Director
- Dennis Weathers - Director
Mountain Community Television Programming
- Democracy Now (from Free Speech Television)
- Geek Central by John Cumming
- Listen Up by Audra Gibson (former mayor of Mt. Shasta)
- To Your Health (Mercy Medical Mt. Shasta)
- California Country
- Real TV (MCTV 15's flagship program- Created by Diana J. Limjoco-MCTV15 Founder)
- Mount Shasta Magic with Judith Conrad
- Re-Cooper-ation by Dr. Alan Cooper
- COS Today (College of the Siskiyous information show)
- In Focus: Siskiyou Magazine (re-aired in 2007, relaunched in 2010, cancelled in 2012)