Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV) gives every Chicagoan a voice on cable television by providing video training, equipment, facilities and channel time for Chicago residents and nonprofit groups. CAN TV’s five local, non-commercial channels reach 1 million viewers in the city of Chicago.
This unique communications resource belongs to the people of Chicago, whether you are a viewer, a producer, or simply believe in the right of free expression. CAN TV has become a lifeline for thousands of Chicago residents and nonprofits. Its channels are over 90% local, helping viewers find jobs, locate HIV/AIDS and domestic violence counseling, access art and educational resources, interact with local public officials, and experience a diversity of viewpoints.
CAN TV is an independent nonprofit organization established in 1983 to administer and promote the use of Chicago’s public access channels. CAN TV has won local, state and national awards for its accomplishments and is recognized as one of the finest access centers in the country. Cable companies provide support for CAN TV as part of franchise commitments in the City of Chicago.
322 S. Green Street
Chicago, IL 60607-3544
telephone: (312) 738-1400
fax: (312) 738-2519