WSTO TV first went on the air in 1968 and is currently the oldest continually operating community cable channel in the United States. Since 1968 WSTO TV has been connecting our community through television and online media to the events in town. WSTO TV strives to cover as many local events as possible as long as we are made aware of the events, preferably two weeks in advance. WSTO TV is a public access media center where citizens can produce their own content for broadcast and web viewing in a state of the art facility.
We cover a wide range of programming including gavel-to-gavel coverage of Stoughton City Council, Planning Commission and Municipal Court, Stoughton High School events, local events and parades and more.
We strive to ensure our equipment is the best we can provide as funding allows. WSTO TV currently operates a HD Television Studio with Green Screen and Virtual Set Capabilities, HD Non-Linear Edit Suites, a HD Remote Production Truck and a soon to be HD Remote Production Box.
We also provide services to the community. Click Here for more information.
WSTO TV broadcasts 24 hour per day seven days per week on Spectrum Channel 981 as well as online (soon to be in HD online) with all of the programs we produce available online on-demand with many of them in HD.
In the first quarter of 2019 WSTO TV Will be launching the Stoughton Sports Network on Spectrum Channel 980 as well as an online web stream and the same video on-demand as WSTO TV. This channel will broadcast current and archived sports from present back to the beginning of our archives. Be sure to watch for an announcement when this channel goes on the air!
WSTO TV plans to bring you full high definition media in by the end of 2020 as the budget allows!