Posted May 13, 2018 07:04:38 The Dayton TV newsroom is celebrating the 5th Anniversary of DaytonTV’s Dayton channel.
Today marks the 5 year anniversary of the launch of Dayton’s Dayton TV channel.
In 2018, DaytonTV became the first non-commercial local television channel to broadcast in all 50 states.
Dayton TV will remain on air until 2019.
This event marks the first time the Dayton TV network has been part of a national news network.
Today, we will be celebrating the DaytonTV network’s first year on the air.
For the first year, Dayton TV has been a local news channel.
DaytonTV began as a small local television station in the early 1980s, and has become a major local news network since then.
It has broadcast on local television in the Dayton, Ohio area since 1991.
The Dayton, OH news has always been anchored by the Dayton and Ohio families and news producers.
Since its launch in 1991, Dayton has broadcast in Ohio and throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
Dayton’s news has often been informed by local community news sources, including local news channels like WEWS-TV, WMNS-TV and WPEC-TV.
Dayton is also known for the Dayton-based television station WHOS-TV as well as the local news station WGCL-TV that broadcasts in New Jersey.
Daytontv has been one of the most influential and popular local news stations in the country since its inception.
Dayton and Dayton have a rich history.
Dayton has hosted several national conventions, including the first convention in 1976 and the largest in attendance in the nation at the 1976 World’s Fair.
Dayton also has a rich local history.
In 1972, Dayton’s then Mayor Jim Patterson and Dayton Police Chief Ron McManus founded the Dayton Police Department to combat crime and organized crime.
The police department has grown to become one of Daytons most successful police agencies, with more than 1,200 sworn officers and more than 50,000 hours of training.
Dayton Police also has one of our most well-regarded libraries.
In 2017, Dayton hosted the 2017 International Book Festival and the 2017 Dayton International Festival of Photography, and in 2018, the Dayton Art Museum hosted the 2018 Dayton International Arts Festival.
The International Art Festival in Dayton is a celebration of art and design from around the world.
Dayton hosts the annual Dayton International Art Fair, which is an international competition that attracts hundreds of thousands of artists from around a dozen countries to participate in.
In 2016, Dayton won the Dayton International Book Fair Award for the Best Public Library System.
In 2019, Dayton is celebrating its first annual Art Show and Music Festival, a major event in the city’s history.
The Art Show is the largest annual art and music event in Dayton and is an annual celebration of the Dayton arts and culture.
The music festival is one of several events that the Dayton City Council plans to host in 2020.
Dayton was also awarded the 2018 Downtown Development Authority’s Design Challenge and the 2018 City Council’s Public Works Challenge.
Dayton boasts one of America’s top music venues, The Roxy Theatre, as well the most iconic entertainment venue in the United States, the Budweiser Brewery, and the Dayton Sports Complex, which provides professional sports and entertainment for all sports fans in the state.
Dayton, the most diverse city in the Midwest, has also made great strides in its LGBT community.
In 2013, Dayton became the 24th city in Ohio to adopt a nondiscrimination ordinance.
The ordinance was passed by the City Council in 2015, and Dayton has become the first city in America to pass a nondisclosure ordinance for LGBT employees.
The City Council also passed a nondisfiction ordinance in 2018.
In 2020, Dayton was named the 2017 Capital of the Midwest Award for Business and Industry.
In 2021, Dayton City Hall hosted the 20th Annual Dayton International Film Festival.
In 2022, Dayton celebrated its 100th anniversary, which marked the first anniversary of Dayton.
Dayton became a member of the Greater Dayton and Lake Erie Business Council in 2020, which serves to strengthen and promote business and economic growth and collaboration between the City and the greater Dayton and lake Erie region.
Dayton continues to make strides in diversity and inclusion in all areas of life.
In February 2019, the City of Dayton signed an executive order to increase its diversity in its government and workforce by 100 percent.
In June 2020, the city received the prestigious 2020 Capital of Diversity Award from the American Council on Diversity and Inclusion.
Dayton City Center, Dayton International Airport, and WJHL have also been recognized with awards for their contributions to diversity and inclusivity.
Dayton now has the highest percentage of minority citizens of any city in North America.
The city is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies including Nike, Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM.
Dayton hosted a 2018 National Diversity Day, which was the first in Dayton since 2003.
In April 2018, a number a Dayton organizations and communities participated in the National Day of Action