At ABC15, we think it’s important to show inquiring minds what happens “behind the scenes” at a television station and are more than happy to give tours.
If you'd like to schedule a tour, our requirements are as follows:
Station tours will be given to groups with a minimum of 10 people, ages 8 and up on Mondays and Wednesdays, between noon and 2pm. One adult per 10 kids must be present.
The tours will be conducted by the ABC15 Marketing/Promotions Department or other trained employees and will last approximately 30 to 40 minutes.
To participate in an ABC15 tour, all attendees are required sign to our company release form. A guardian signature is needed for those under the age of 18 and all forms need to be turned in to ABC15 prior to their scheduled tour.
By agreeing to the ABC15 station tour policy, participants understand that there is a possibility that their picture or video footage of attendees could be used on any ABC15 platform including, but not limited to ABC15.com, Facebook, Twitter and other social media websites, or on any of our television programming.
Due to a high volume of ABC15 station requests, please give us at least one month’s notice before your requested tour date.
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