Tiffin City Council members talked about their hopes of keeping meetings broadcast on TV during Monday night's meeting.
Keith Hodkinson, president and general manager of Seneca County Radio, had been broadcasting council meetings on TV after Time Warner's contract ran out in June.
Hodkinson had agreed to take over the broadcasts with the intent of picking up advertising, but after getting little assistance from local businesses he will have to stop broadcasting meetings at the end of September.
He said he needs ad revenue of $300 a month to continue the service.
"(Hodkinson) found one sponsor for the entire year for $100 a month," Mayor Aaron Montz said. "So he will need two more for the whole year."
"We tried over the last three or four months by sending letters to a number of businesses," Hodkinson said after the meeting. "Sponsorship gives businesses commercial time and other time as well."
During his report, Montz had some promising job news.
"Taiho updated their Tiffin plant by adding 40,000 square feet," Montz said.
"They are looking to add 40 or more jobs shortly with their expansion."
Montz also said council members will be in Columbus Wednesday to discuss a possible merger of Tiffin and Fostoria municipal courts with state officials.
"At this point it seems this merger will become a reality very soon," he said.
In other new business, city council passed:
A resolution of support approving and authorizing the city to participate in an application for a Local Governments Innovation Fund Grant for a Natural Gas Conversion/Shared Fueling Stations Study.
A resolution requesting the distribution of casino revenue from the Seneca County commissioners.