About MLTV - Main Line Network
MLTV-Main Line Network is a public access Television channel, an incorporated 501 c-3 non-profit, designated by Radnor Township in Suburban Philadelphia to operate its public access television channel. On (date) MLTV, formerly known as Radnor Studio 21, started cablecasting on Comcast Channel 21, and Verizon Channel 21.
Radnor Township is a township with home rule status in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. It contains the unincorporated communities of Garrett Hill, Rosemont, St. Davids, Strafford, Villanova and Wayne as well as areas with Bryn Mawr postal addresses (not within the Bryn Mawr census designated place) and Newtown Square. As of the 2010 census, the township population was 31,531. Radnor Township lies along the Main Line, a collection of upper-middle class Philadelphia suburbs.
Public-access television is a form of non-commercial mass media where the general public can access television technology to create community minded content for television programming through locally established cable TV channels. Public-access television was created in the United States between 1969 and 1971 by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Public-access television is often grouped with public, educational, and government access television channels, under the acronym PEG. PEG channels are typically only available on cable television systems.
Effective (date) Radnor Studio 21, Inc. was contracted by Lower Merion Township to manage and operate the public access services for Lower Merion Township, cablecasting on Comcast Channel 99, and Verizon Channel 34. With the incorporation of Lower Merion Township, MLTV’s cablecast reach includes the unincorporated communities of Ardmore, Bala Cynwyd, Bryn Mawr, Gladwyne, Haverford, Narberth, and Wynnewood.