852 North Main Street
Yreka, CA 96097
Who are we? Where to view our programs?
YCTV Channel 4 is a not-for-profit, community based television station dedicated to preserve the cultural history of our community both past and present. We were founded in 1978 by the Yreka City Council as an all-volunteer access station, and serve Yreka and Montague as well as various rural sections of northern Siskiyou County through the cable provider Northland Cable. The station is managed by a small group of dedicated volunteers. Find us at local events by checking our calendar!
View our programs on Northland Cable Channel 4. Don't subscribe to Cable? View some new YCTV programs on You Tube, or purchase copies of our produced programs on DVD or VHS.
Join our Volunteer Team!
Learn to film, edit and produce videos and shows for Channel 4. See them on cable channel 4 or You Tube! Volunteer your other skills, we can utilize your wide variety of talents! Call and inquire about upcoming free classes and times. Find more information at the volunteer page.
Did you know?We sell copies of our own produced programs be sure and check with us if you view a program and would like to purchase a personal copy! Visit our Buy a Program page for additional information.
Showcase your organization! (Public Service Announcements or PSA)
Get air time for your organization or not-for-profit program! Post your activities, events or information about your cause in the form of a Public Service Announcement. YCTV requests a $10 donation for every Public Service Announcement posted. This donation covers your PSA through the final date of your event or for up to three months of airtime. Visit our Public Service Announcement page.
Our status does not allow us to advertise, but local businesses can be recognized for helping to sponsor programs.
See us on You Tube!
Don't subscribe to cable television? You can still view some of our programming on You Tube. Find us here.
Copyright: Yreka Community Television 2009.
Website created by YCTV volunteer, Claudia East
YCTV Logo created by Yale East