Jefferson Cable Corporation
The Jefferson Cable Corporation was Charlottesville's first cable company, and the first in central Virginia.
The Jefferson Cable Corporation was founded by Robert Monroe in Charlottesville in 1963, offering customers 12 channels. At the time, it was the second 12-channel cable system in the United States. Local productions were produced at 324 West Main Street. In 1975 Monroe sold the company to Mansfield Communications. After being passed then to Multi-Channel TV and then Adelphia Communications, production ended in 1990.
In 1968, the service offered 10 television channels plus FM music. 
Among the programs offered by the Jefferson Cable Corporation were:
- Classroom Capers
- Cable Contact
- Community History with Bernard Chamberlain
- Jeff Laigon Songbook
- People, Places, Things
- University Perspectives
- Barling, Stephen (2003-02-13) "Cosmic degrees: Out of body at the Monroe Institute", The Hook (Charlottesville), Issue 206
- Barefoot, Coy, prod. "A History of the Jefferson Cable Corporation with Steve Ashby." Charlottesville - Right Now! WINA, Charlottesville, Virginia, 27 Feb. 2009. Radio.
- Web. History of CPA-TV, Charlottesville Public Access Television, Charlottesville, Virginia, retrieved August 16, 2012.
- Print: Advertisement, , Daily Progress, Lindsay family November 1, 1968, Page 7.