City considers eliminating JCTV funding

JCTV is in danger of losing its funding if the Jefferson City Council does not vote to approve the necessary money.

JCTV is in danger of losing its funding if the Jefferson City Council does not vote to approve the necessary money. Photo by Julie Smith.

Jefferson City officials are looking at ending city funding to JCTV, which would effectively halt the public television station’s operations.

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City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus said upcoming budget discussions will feature a conversation about possibly ending the city’s $165,000 per year contribution to JCTV, the city’s public, educational and government access channel.

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