Laurel TV Adds New Financial Program

In the first episode of Your Future, Your Finance, Brian Kuhn gets first-hand Analysis from Mallory Newall of on how polls effect Americans and people around the world.

Then Brian sits down with Brendan Greeley of the popular AllWeKnowSoFar blog, formally of Bloomberg to discuss the problems with America’s economy and how it looks to other countries around the world.

BGE Community Meeting

BGE Community Meeting - February 18, 2018


Mayor and City Council to Hold Third Public Hearing on MAGLEV Project

If you are following progress of the MAGLEV Project, you’ll want to attend or watch the next Mayor and City Council meeting.

It will be held on Monday, February 12, 2018, at 7:00pm in the Council Chambers of the Laurel Municipal Center, located at 8103 Sandy Spring Road.

Mayor Craig A. Moe and the Laurel City Council recently were presented with both sides of the subject at the Work Session on February 7th, weighing the pros and cons of this high speed mode of transportation between Washington, DC and Baltimore.

Laurel TV Covered Election Results LIVE

Laurel TV was in the Council Chambers to bring you the reults Live from Election night , as well as the two following nights as the Board of Election Supervisors tallied all the votes. Check it out here > - at our YouTube Channel and much more! Be sure to subscribe when your there so you can recive notifications as we upload new local programming! Enjoy!

Live Coverage of Candidate Forum being Hosted by Laurel Board of Trade on October 18th

With the City of Laurel General Election less than a month away, the Laurel Board of Trade has announced they will hold a Candidate Forum on October 18, 2017, starting at 7:00pm in the chambers of the Laurel Municipal Center, 8103 Sandy Spring Road.

The candidates running for the November 7th City of Laurel General Election are as follows:

Ward 1 – Carl DeWalt, Valerie M.A. Nicholas, H. Edward Ricks

Ward 2 – Thomas Matthews, Adrian Rousseau, Frederick Smalls, Keith R. Sydnor

City of Laurel's 9/11 Interfaith Service

The City of Laurel recently hosted their annual 9/11 Remembrance Interfaith Service at the Memorial Garden outside of the Laurel Municipal Center. Laurel TV was there to capture it in its entirety, so check it out at the YouTube Link below.

UMMS Takes Over Laurel Regional Hospital

Laurel Regional Hospital has officially become University of Maryland Laurel Regional Hospital, effective immediately.

Laurel TV has produced a special report called Health Care: A New Era In Laurel to tell you what this exciting affiliation will mean to you and your family if you need medical care.

Trail Blazing Women

The Laurel Police Department recently honored the first women police officers in LPD history. Families and friends gathered at Partnership Hall and Laurel TV was on hand to get the story.


Laurel Police Officer Donates Kidney

Laurel Police Officer Ashley Swidarski wanted to give her ailing nephew a kidney, but she wasn’t a match. The little 6 year old was able to get one from another donor and is now thriving. That didn’t stop this Officer from making a lifesaving donation to a man who had been waiting a decade for one. Dave Owens shares this heartwarming story.

City of Laurel PEG Channel Going Live at Main Street Festival

Laurel’s Public Access Television station is going LIVE!

For the first time in the 37 year history of the Laurel Board of Trade’s Main Street Festival Parade, we are broadcasting it LIVE on Laurel TV beginning at 9am on May 13, 2017.

Laurel TV Reaches New Heights this Award Season

Laurel TV has a three year winning streak going—earning five bronze Telly Awards in this highly competitive television industry award season.

Now the staff has reached a major milestone. Laurel TV has been awarded a Silver Telly—the top honor given in this world-wide competition. They don’t give out Gold Tellys. There were more than 13,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents this year. The Silver brings Laurel TV’s Telly total to six.

Laurel TV Covers Unveiling of City of Laurel Memorial Garden Live!

Laurel TV was there when the City of Laurel Unveiled their Memorial Garden and we covered it LIVE! Check out the Media Advisory > and then watch the rebroadcast at our YouTube Channel, LaurelTVOffical >

Laurel TV receives 5th Telly Award for Diabetes Special

For the third year in a row, Laurel TV has been awarded a Telly--one of the most coveted awards in the television industry.  That makes five Tellys for the City’s public access television station tucked away inside the Municipal Center.


Mayor Craig A. Moe received word of the honor on Friday. There were more than 13,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents this year. Tellys are awarded for excellence in local, regional, and cable TV.


Laurel TV gets high definition channel on Comcast 996

The City of Laurel's public access television station, better known at Laurel TV, has earned a high definition channel from Comcast. City residents who subscribe to Comcast can now see all their favorite Laurel TV programs in HD on Comcast channel 996. The station still airs in standard definition on Comcast channel 71 and Verizon channel 12.

Laurel TV Receives 4th Telly Award

Congratulations to City of Laurel Media Coordinator, Joyce Jackson, who won a Telly Award in this year's competition out of 13,000 entries. Joyce did the reporting on a story about the effort to save the Laurel train stop! Joyce's win brings Laurel TV's tally up to 4 Telly Awards!

Laurel TV Photographer and Volunteer Earn National Hometown Media Award

It’s been just over a year, since Laurel’s public access television station was re-branded Laurel TV.   The station, tucked inside the Laurel Municipal Center, has undergone a complete rebirth, with new programming, a brand new television studio, and an enthusiastic staff with Communications Director Audrey Barnes at the helm.

And now Laurel TV has another award to add to its trophy case, and this one epitomizes what community television is all about.

October 15, 2014 – Laurel TV runs on citizen power

After a successful launch party, Laurel TV now has an active corps of volunteer, citizen-journalists on the street. Communications Director Audrey Barnes and Media Coordinator Joyce Jackson talk about how vital the volunteers are to the community-focused television station . The volunteers share their experiences as new recruits and  talk about the opportunities now available at Laurel TV.


August 21, 2014 – Laurel hires Media Coordinator for public TV station

Laurel TV hires Joyce Jackson, a seasoned television news and sports veteran as Media Coordinator. She will work with former  WUSA 9 co-worker Audrey Barnes, now Communications Director of Laurel TV,  to help get new programs on the air at Laurel’s public access television station.


August 19, 2014 – Laurel focuses on new community-first TV station

The City of Laurel, Maryland has purchased the community’s public access television station, and hired  Communications Director Audrey Barnes to take it to the next level.  Barnes reveals her plans to actively recruit community volunteers to help generate new content to the station.


August 7, 2014 – Laurel “powers on” rebooted TV station

More than 300 people attend a Launch Party for the newly branded Laurel TV hosted by Communications Director Audrey Barnes and her staff. Barnes reveals plans to recruit and train community volunteers to generate new programs for the public access television station.