Know This! You can request airtime for a program you made, or a program made by someone else, with their granted permission. Our programming ranges from homemade amateur to highly professional. The content and format of the programming is highly diverse and reflects the wide ranging views of Humboldt County residents. We will play programs in any language.

If you need some guidance, please visit our "Produce Your Own Content" page.

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Support our mission - Local Voices through Community Media

Present a Program

Click Here for Online Playback Request Form

Humboldt residents can submit programs (live or pre-recorded) to be played on Access Humboldt TV channels and on our online Community Media Archive. 

It is your responsibility to make sure that your program does not violate our policy on commercial content.  read more »

Gain a Series Status

A series is defined as programming with a common theme, format, length and title that is produced weekly, on alternating weeks, or monthly. View current series schedule here.

Each program in a series must contain at least 75% new material  read more »

Watch Online

Channels Schedule

Access Humboldt proudly manages four channels on the Suddenlink cable system for Humboldt County. We offer public, education, and government channels.  read more »

Community Media Archive

Access Humboldt also maintains an online local community media archive, which host locally produced videos (subject to presenters' approval) as well as many local government meetings aired on channel Civic10.  read more »

Community Bulletin Board

Nonprofit messages, community service notices, and public announcements can be submitted and displayed on channels Civic10 or AH12 Community Bulletin Boards.

Your message must be non-commercial and must not contain pricing or calls for actions.  read more »

Produce your own content

With a few simple steps you can create your own content and distribute it through Access Humboldt's channels and online more

Programming Policy

Community access programming is a great opportunity, but it comes with real responsibility. It's important to understand, at the outset, what is permitted and what is prohibited, to understand and follow all AH policies and procedures.  read more »