PSTV is excited to announce a bunch of fun and exciting workshops for this Winter and Spring.

Music, Video, Acting, Art, Writing, and much, much more that you can find here to register.

There are also many other external partner opportunities for YOUTH that can be found here


PSTV Podcast Contest

Host your own podcast to talk about a few
topics that are important to you. Submit your
podcast solo or as a group. Submit Here by June 1


PSTV could use your Assistance

PSTV, the District’s educational channel, and PhillyCAM, the city’s public access television, needs community input! The City of Philadelphia is gathering information about community needs from local residents regarding cable television service through a residential survey. Any Philadelphia resident can and should complete this survey.

Cable companies pay franchise fees to municipalities and provide facilities, equipment, and channel capacity for local Public, Educational, and Government (PEG) Access channels. Thousands of local channels (including PhillyCAM & PSTV) have been set up across the country as a result of this structure. – Please respond by saying how much we need PSTV and PhillyCAM.

PSTV is asking Philadelphians to help ensure public, educational, and government access in the future by filling out a short government-issued survey.

Check out this stepper here to learn more

The deadline to complete the survey is February 24th. 


Check out our newest tutorial videos!!

PSTV is dedicated to providing youth equitable access to multimedia tools, digital and media literacy training, and industry experience.
PSTV is the education channel for The School District of Philadelphia (SDP), and is open to ALL enrolled students in a K-12 who have a current school-issued ID, including public, charter, private and parochial schools. PSTV broadcasts youth-driven programming created by and for students that benefit them and their communities, 24 hours a day.

In our industry-standard state-of-the-art production studio we provide multimedia tools for students to gain hands-on experience in a professional environment.

PSTV’s approach to media and digital literacy provides students, educators, and parents the opportunity to work together, using critical thinking skills while creating media that enables constructive social awareness and responsibility.

PSTV leads the charge with democratizing access to industry-standard multidimensional media arts training platforms that support all forms of learning from individualized, school-based, community-based, and traditional.

We recognize the importance of how the arts universally builds community and is taking the opportunity to establish ideas, platforms, and tools that will continue to enhance student arts engagement, communities, and experiences that provide them agency so they are prepared for a world of technology and innovation.

Plus, students will have opportunities for internships, apprenticeships, and further education.