Greensboro Television Network (GTN) Streaming 24/7
GTN is available on Time Warner Cable channel 13 or 1303 with a digital cable box.
Note: GTN is no longer available on QAM channel 74.3. Time Warner Cable moved to all digital channels and requires a digital box to view GTN. For more information, contact Time Warner Cable.
GTN is also available on AT&T U-verse, channel 99. To view GTN, go to channel 99, press OK, select Greensboro, then select GTN to start the channel. To bring the channel full screen, press OK again.
GTN is also available on North State channel 31.
The daily and monthly programming schedules are linked on the left.
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Be sure to watch FYI Weekly. Updated every Monday, highlighting City government news, events and general information about Greensboro. Join host Jodie Stanley and get a quick update on City news 10 minutes before the hour Mondays through Fridays.
GTN provides a block of programming designed to promote the entire city. To help tell the new stories, Rosemary Plybon, former WFMY morning show host, has joined GTN as host of This is Greensboro. She produces segments about the people, places, and events that make Greensboro a unique and attractive city for visitors and residents alike. This is Greensboro airs from 6-8 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and at 12 noon on Saturdays and Sundays.
As Greensboro's government cable channel, GTN is dedicated to providing City government information. GTN is available to subscribers of Time Warner Cable with a digital cable box or a digital converter. Additionally, GTN can be viewed on AT&T U-verse throughout the Triad and on North State.
GTN was founded in 1995 with a grant from Time Warner as part of the City's Cable Television Franchise Agreement.
The station operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with programs and information focusing on City government activities. Offices and production facilities of GTN are located at the Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St.