Broadcast Services Division

The Broadcast Services Division is responsible for Sterling Heights Television (SHTV) and the library government access channels. Each station offers residents an alternative to keep informed of the workings of Sterling Heights government. SHTV airs 8 hours of original programming per day.

SHTV can be found on Comcast Channel 5, WOW Channel 10 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99.


Summer is beginning to wind down now that the 2017 Sterlingfest Art and Music Fair is over.  However, residents will be able to relive the memories of this years festival beginning this month.  Concerts at the Main Stage including Detroit Jedis, Killer Flamingos, Blue Spectrum, Danny D. and the Vagabonds, and Black Tie Event were all recorded by SHTV cameras and will air in the Classic Concerts time slot.  Check the SHTV Message Board for exact air dates and times.  

A new Innovating Business also hits the air this month.  The program is available both in video form on SHTV and as an audio only podcast.  The Podcast is available below and can be found in the iTunes store by searching "Sterling Heights Economic Development".

Don't forget that you can stream our broadcast channel online at YouTube, and be sure to take SHTV with you on your mobile device. The YouTube app is available for Android Devices and iPhones.

2016/2017 Fee for SHTV DVD Dubs

Residential Status Fee
Resident $28
Non-Resident  $38