Cable channel 992

U-Verse channel 99

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About Us

STL TV provides government related informational television programs to the residents of the City of St. Louis. The channel, which is available on cable channel 992 and U-Verse channel 99, serves as a vital link in making local government more accessible to the community via cable television.

STL TV is operated 24-hours daily and has logged thousands of production hours in pursuit of its mission to inform, educate and promote St. Louis City government operations.

Since 1993, STL TV has produced original programs tailored to inform residents and promote the City of St. Louis. Weekly coverage of the Board of Aldermen meetings, Mayoral Press Conferences, public events and other government-related programming has been a major function of STL TV.

STL TV has served as a vehicle to promote city neighborhoods and has collaborated with many civic organizations. This has resulted in a diversity of programs not found on any other local station. We work with all city departments and serve as a link in the government information chain. City departments utilize STL TV to promote such matters as city employment opportunities, supply bid requests, public hearings, and citizen alerts. Moreover, we stand ready as a resource in a declared emergency or disaster. STL TV programming is also available on-line via our website at

We are located in the Communications Division at 4971 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110. Our telephone number is 314-552-2900 and our fax number is 314-552-2985. Our business hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

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Production Manager
André Holman

Production Supervisor
Asia Myles

Video Engineers
Ken Roberts

Video Production Specialists
Michael Anderson
Tiffany Anderson
Laynie Arana
Sarah Bernard
Jerry Berwin
J. Todd Blackstock
David Blumenthal
Joseph Brown
Diane Buckman
Laynie Bryant
Daniel Feldsien
Dean Garrick
Travis Grier
Keyairis Henry
Taylor Harris
Ivy Hutchinson
Lauren Kayarian
Alex Kohlberg
Timothy Lampley
Staci Static
Tony Mueller
Paul Newberry
Alex Peterson
Stephen Potter
Benjamin Province
Betty Randall
Andy Ruzicka
Kara Savio
Angella Sharpe
Randee Stringer
Cassandra Suggs-Walker
Sarah Thompson
Quashaun Wilkins-Logan