Link TV is a relatively small organization with little turnover. Occasionally, however, we have job openings for various positions. Please check our Job Posting Page for any available positions.
Most of Link TV's original programming provides you with information about how to get involved in the issues presented by the program. Generally, this information will be offered on the air during a program or right after the program has aired. For these and many other programs, you can find similar information as part of the program description page on the Link TV website. Use our online Search Engine to find the program by typing in the title or keywords. You can also visit our What You Can Do Page where we provide detailed information about how to get involved with selected issues, and additional programming on these subjects.
You can sign up for the Link Letter, a weekly e-mail update on new programs and exciting events on Link TV. The Link Letter provides subscibers with a preview of new programs and music video premieres, viewer feedback, and links to interesting features on our website. Visit our Online Schedule to become a member and download or print our daily or weekly program guide.
We offer the capability to comment directly on all program and video pages, and encourage you to contribute to the dialogue on our site in this way. We also encourage discussions about programming and related issues on our Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages.
We do not currently have an online store where branded Link TV items can be purchased. Some of these items are available by making a donation to Link TV either online through our Contribute Page or by calling 1-800-565-7495.
Link TV regards your online privacy as an important and serious matter. Please review our Privacy Statement to read our commitment to this issue.