Granbury TV Guide
Click here for the current Granbury TV Programming Schedule
for what time programs air on television.
Click here to visit our YouTube channel
to watch archives and reruns of programs produced by Granbury Media.
Below is a list of Granbury Media TV's current scheduled television programming. Granbury TV is always changing and adding new content, so check back often for changes in programming.
Granbury Media Programming
Granbury City Council
Granbury City Council meetings air daily. Watch to see the entire City Council meetings without edits or breaks. City Council meetings are also broadcast live the night of the meeting online on Live Stream.
Granbury Sports events air daily. Granbury Media films and airs several different sports including football, baseball, soccer, baseball, softball, and volleyball. Granbury Sports programming varies by sports season.
Check out Granbury Sports on Facebook for game updates, photos, and more.
Granbury Sports coverage is made possible with by Granbury Media's sponsors.
Granbury Media also covers some City of Granbury community events such as parades, celebrations, ceremonies, and election results. Watch Granbury Media's Facebook and Twitter to hear which events will be broadcast and when.
Between scheduled programming, Granbury Television runs short informational and educational videos of interest to the local community. These include job postings, public service announcements, department spotlights, and more.
Texas Parks & Wildlife
Texas Parks & Wildlife covers a variety of environmental topics such as hunting, conservation, and family outdoor activities. Learn more about the Texas Parks & Wildlife television program on the TPW website.
The educational and kids' program, Children's Corner, airs every morning on Granbury Television. Based on "The Slouch In The Couch" series of children's learning books and hosted by Sheriff Stephen J., the town of “The Children’s Corner” is located in Slouch County, in the World of the Magical Couch (an old west scenario,) where Black Bart’s bumbling gang attempts to cause problems that always end up in failure and other characters abound.
Eat Well Be Happy
Eat Well Be Happy is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Recipes are simple, but the results make folks swoon with delight. Eat Well Be Happy will make you pick up that spoon, will make you explore community through food!
Texan TV News
Texan TV News is a short news show produced by journalism students at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. Each weekday broadcast airs the same afternoon it is produced. Texan TV News only runs during Tarleton's fall and spring semesters. Texan TV News will not run on university holidays.