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LTV Broadcasts Third Annual Live Show

Livingston Television’s (LTV's) 3rd Annual Live Telecast, “A Celebration of Livingston,” will be held on Sunday November 14th at the Livingston Senior and Community Center on Hillside Avenue.  The show will go live from 4:00 p.m to approximately 6:00 p.m. and can be seen on Comcast Channel 34 and Verizon Fios Channel 26.  The event is open to the public and residents are welcome to be part of the live studio audience.

The program will showcase many activities in the Livingston community, and will give viewers at home the opportunity to see what the many groups in our town have to offer.

In 2008, the Livingston Public Broadcasting Committee officially changed the name of the township’s community access channel from TV-34 to LTV: Livingston Television with a live telecast.  The first event was such an overwhelming success that LTV produced a second live telecast last year.  With the upcoming show, the live telecast becomes an official LTV tradition. 

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This year, three groups from town will provide live performances on its November 14 telecast: The Children’s Theatre of Livingston, featuring numerous performers from among Livingston’s youth,  will sing two songs from its latest shows; representatives from the Livingston Symphony Orchestra will take the stage for a sample of classical music; and finally, the Livingston Community Players will hustle to the Community Center and join the telecast  for two songs from its current presentation, immediately following their matinee performance at the Mt. Pleasant Middle School Auditorium.

Other organizations and individuals are expected to participate in this exciting event, including the mayor, other township representatives, members of the business community and Livingston Public Schools; Livingston Senior, Youth and Leisure Services; arts associations; youth and senior citizen groups; Livingston-based performers; and more.  

For more information or if interested in joining LTV’s team of volunteers, please email LTV’s slogan is “It’s All about Livingston” and this live telecast will be just that – all about Livingston and all about the members of the community.   

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