As you may have read ("Judge sides with Charter," Aug. 2), the court has sided with Charter Communications over this debate involving the use of a fiber optic network and the use of Public, Education and Government television fees. Although we respectfully disagree with the court’s findings, I wanted to assure the citizens of Glendale that the City Council will find a way to continue bringing the Emmy Award-winning GTV6 television into your homes via Charter Communications cable service, AT&T U-verse or Live Stream through our city Web page. At this point, the decision going forward will rest upon the city’s ability to negotiate a fair and affordable price to broadcast over the Charter network.
GTV6 cablecasts approximately 30 meetings a month including City Council, Civil Service Commission, Commission on the Status of Women, Glendale Water and Power Commission and the Planning Commission, to name a few. Programming that provides education, awareness and a balanced view on the challenges and issues that face the community is regularly aired. Our GTV6 mission is as follows: