TPTV will accept video content from middle schools and high schools that serve Tinley Park residents, and also local community groups that host events that are open to and marketed to the public.
Video content submitted to Tinley TV must be in increments of 5, 10, 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes. Multiple files may be submitted if the footage runs longer than the allotted time. The content should be on a DVD-R or DVD-RW and be completely edited and ready for production. Tinley Park is not held responsible for lost or damaged footage, and will retain copies of submitted DVDs.
The footage also must contain an opening clearly defining what the body of the video is, along with a date. It can be as simple as text on the screen as a title or an on-camera introduction. There should also be a closing giving credit to the creators of the video.
To submit, the content must conform to the TPTV Programming Polices
, and a Production Request Form
must be filled out and turned in with your content for review. The submitter must be at least 18 years of age or have an adult cosigner when submitting. All footage will be reviewed by TPTV before airing, and the submitter will be informed of the status of their footage prior to the air date defined by TPTV.
Any legal rights that are necessary for production should be secured by the submitter. TPTV is not responsible for obtaining individual rights per submission.
Tinley TV reserves the right to reject any content that is not quality footage in picture or audio, is not suitable for the channels, or does not adhere to the TPTV Programing Policies.