RPV City TV Production Studio and RPVTV Broadcast Station Web Page

Based in one of the most affluent communities in the United States, Rancho Palos Verdes RPVtv produces some of the best local origination television programs anywhere. Much like NY1 or COX4 San Diego, RPVtv produces broadcast quality programming with both local and global content. The RPVtv Logo is recognized all across the state.

What makes our programming different and memorable?

The actual programs. Lets face it, there are a million cable channels to watch but we hand select our programs to air. We provide valuable air time which allows us to air long format programs. That means more behind the scenes and more stories about people. Our producers have years of experience working in news, sports, music, film, television and radio. Where you may only see only thirty seconds to three minutes of a story on another channel, we have the resources to tell more of someone’s story than ever before. We also air shows multiple times allowing the viewers to see a story more than once.

What programs air on RPV-TV?

RPV-TV makes sure the events going on in the City of Rancho Palos Verdes and the surrounding areas are highlighted for the viewers.

"City Talk" - Brings our viewers up to date on political issues while the Telly Award Winning "Community Connection" features stories and events going on all over our local cities and notably Trump National Golf Course and beyond.

"Around the Peninsula" - This is an upbeat program that features everything from food to fitness and events and Activities in and Around the Peninsula

"Playing The Field" which is a three time Telly Award winner highlights behind the scenes sports stories from Vin Scully to Mario Andretti. The South Bay is home to some of the biggest names in sports such as Dodger great Maury Wills and Lakers star Sacha Vujacic.

"Armchair Traveler" brings our viewers on a journey to local and national cities and features fun things to do in our surrounding cities.

Where is RPV-TV seen?

Throughout the South Bay on RPV-TV Channel 33 and Verizon Channel 38. In addition, our programming is seen on line and on our website. RPVtv.com and Youtube

Who are the RPV-TV Producers?

Mark J. Doddy

Makes the daily operations at Channel 33 happen. As Station Manager, Mark is also in charge of producing, editing, shooting, programming and managing the staff. The last two years at RPV-TV Marks producing credits include four Telly Awards. Mark has worked behind the scenes producing and as Director of Photography in film, television and music videos for over ten years. Mark is also a musician playing guitar and bass in a Punk Band in San Pedro.

Maria Serrao

Has covered sports for the past 12 years in Los Angeles and has produced stories with the Dodgers, Angels, Lakers, Clippers, Kings, the NFL, Indy Racing and NASCAR. Maria has three Telly awards to her credit since coming to RPV-TV. Maria has spent years building contacts and often travels across the country to produces sports stories that go behind the scenes like you have never seen before. "Playing The Field" also features up and coming athletes in our area.\

Liz Brown Swanson

A local resident of RPV has been working in Television news for over 25 years. Starting in her home town of Boston, MA Liz moved her way to California and has covered some of the biggest political stories in the Nation. Liz serves as the News Director at RPV-TV and hosts "City Talk" and "Community Connection" . Having raised her family in Rancho Palos Verdes, Liz knows everyone in the community.

John Clayton

Producer and host of "Armchair Traveler" has traveled to over 40 countries and has been sharing his stories of travel on KNX 1070 Radio since the early 90's. Now through television John brings his quick wit and travel tips alive to the viewers.

If you would like to contact RPVTV or have a public service announcement that you would like to be aired on RPVTV, send it via email in a Word or pdf format to:rpvtv@rpv.com