The Culpeper Cable Commission (and in turn, Culpeper Media Network) was created by a joint resolution of the Town and County of Culpeper in 1996. The original mission statement is “to serve the public interest of the citizens of the County and Town of Culpeper by managing and administering Culpeper Media Network, the educational and governmental channel, to inform and educate the citizens of Culpeper by:”
- Showing the public meetings of Legislative Bodies, as well as from time to time, their appointed Boards, Committees and Commissions.
- Providing information about Local elections
- Providing locally produced educational shows
- Providing schedules of governmental, educational and civic events in Culpeper
- Covering civic events of importance and interest to Culpeper’s citizens.
Jonathan is a 1996 graduate of Culpeper County High School. He attended George Mason University and majored in Communications with a specialization in Mass Media. After numerous internships at TV and Radio Stations, Jonathan finally settled in Radio at WKCW in Warrenton. In 2001, Jonathan made the move back to C-103 in Culpeper where he hosted the morning show for 3 years.
After Stan Karas volunteered to relieve the vacancy at Channel 21 in mid 2002, Jonathan began working as a freelance videographer. The lure of community television was too great, and he began as a full time Technical Director in 2004. After the passing of Stan Karas in May of 2007, another vacancy had to be filled. Along with other applicants, Jonathan applied to take over as Station Manager at Channel 21. In October of 2007, the Culpeper Cable Commission made the decision to make Jonathan Krawchuk the new Station Manager at Channel 21.
Nicolle is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a double major in Media Studies and American Studies. Her concentration was in Popular and Visual Culture. In addition to studying, Nicolle also dedicated time to writing, editing, and reporting for the UVA student journalism club, WUVA, where her passion for media continued to grow. In Charlottesville, Nicolle interned and later worked at the non-commercial radio station WNRN before graduating in May of 2019. With many of her family members working in Culpeper, Nicolle fell in love with Culpeper and the amazing people and culture it has to offer. Nicolle looks forward to bringing her love of Culpeper and media together.
What We Do
Film Public Government Meetings
Culpeper Media Network brings the community LIVE coverage of Board of Supervisors Meetings, Town Council, School Board and County Planning Commission Meetings. Town Planning Commission meetings are also filmed, however, they are on a tape delay.
Culpeper Media Network strives to make sure that all of Culpeper are aware of the wonderful work our area non-profits do every day. Non-profits are always welcome to the studios of Culpeper Media Network to get their message out. If your organization needs help, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Also, if you have an event you think we may like to cover, please fill out information here.
Provide the public with local information
Our community message board broadcasts a variety of informational messages. From school calendars to church events, community events to non-profit announcements, Culpeper Media Network keeps viewers informed!
High School Sports
With local business sponsors making it possible, Culpeper Media Network broadcasts a selection of both CCHS and EVHS Football, Basketball and Lacrosse games!
There are many guidelines in place that govern our procedures here at Culpeper Media Network. If you would like to view some of these to understand how your government access television station operates, please click the corresponding link.
1. Mission Statement & Programming Policies (PDF)
2. Commercial Use Guidlines (PDF)
3. Sponsorship Guidelines (PDF)
4. Duplication Pricing (PDF)