Have you ever thought of hosting your own show or being on-camera talent? From being an on-camera host, talent, voiceover artist or actor, we’ll explore some of the tricks and trades of the industry. 

Whether you’re new to the business or already pursuing your craft, let us give you a warm welcome with this workshop. In this one-day course, Rhett Butler, a DC-based communications strategist and multi-hyphenate entrepreneur will share with us his successful journey in media and sports entertainment and impart some valuable life lessons and tips he’s learned along the way. 

NEW Classes - Summer Fun!

We're kicking off the summer with a brand new series of fun, one-day classes packed with lots of information designed to help take your productions to the next level!


TIVA Yard Sale & Cookout

For the 6th straight year, TIVA is holding its new/used gear yard sale. Whether you're looking for new/used or you're looking to unload gear you're no longer using, we've got you covered. 

To learn more, please send an email to

Summer Movie Night

Join your friends and neighbors for the last Brookland Summer Family Movie of the season – Finding Dory! 

We'll see you at the movies!

Movie Night

Movie Summary: “In a town with no humans, just animals, a koala named Buster Moon realizes he will soon lose his theater if he cannot turn his luck around. He comes up with a plan to host a singing competition, where the winner will receive $100,000. Will this be enough to return his theater to glory?”

This fun family film is sure to get you tapping your feet and singing along. Catch it all under the stars with your friends, family and neighbors in Brookland!

Sponsored by The Menkiti Group and MG Residential, in partnership with DCTV.

Community Choice Award

Welcome to the Community Choice Awards! This is where YOU, members of the community, can use your voice and choose which DCTV producer has your vote for the coveted Community Choice Award. Watch the videos below. When you're ready to vote, just click here: Community Choice Award


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The DCTV capacity building grant program offers eligible nonprofits an array of benefits that build organizational communications and storytelling capability and provides an ongoing presence on cable television. We designed these grants to offer training and expert guidance to the nonprofit community, which enables you to robustly expand your impact within the DC community.

“Grant Level” is the amount of money your organization contributes to receive the grant. The grant term is initially one year and requires a very small organizational match. DCTV will provide documentation so that you can appropriately record “in-kind” services in your financial records. Grants may be extended or renewed with DCTV approval.