Avon Lake Community Television (ALC-TV) is comprised of two channels: government access and public access. ALC-TV is broadcast to all residents in Avon Lake that have cable. Funding for ALC-TV comes from the franchise fee paid by cable subscribers living in Avon Lake.
Government Access Channel
Spectrum Channel 1025 - Breezeline Channel 21 - Breezeline Stream Channel 2001
The ALC-TV Government Access Channel communicates government activities, issues, legislation, events and meetings through taped and live productions as well as computerized bulletin board messages. The Government Channel airs programming and announcements pertaining to government-related material four times per day, including:
• Local government meetings
• Government sponsored community activities
• Public service announcements
• Bulletin board with upcoming events, announcements and notices
Avon Lake City Council Meetings are televised live Mondays at 7:00 p.m. and rebroadcast at 1 a.m. / p.m. and 7 a.m. / p.m. on the Government Channel. They are also streamed live on the Avon Lake website and Facebook page.
Public Access Channel
Spectrum Channel 1024 - Breezeline Channel 22 - Breezeline Stream Channel 2002
The ALC-TV Public Access Channel provides an “open forum” television format for all residents, organizations, clubs and businesses in Avon Lake to produce non-commercial, informational programming. ALC-TV staff provides training or resources to city residents and business owners in the handling and operation of cameras and editing equipment. The computerized bulletin board serves as an information source to Avon Lake by airing non-profit community announcements and messages.
Produced shows can air up to three times daily for up to one week. These include:
• Regularly produced shows
• School and community events
• One-time or intermittent shows
• Bulletin board slides with announcements submitted by Avon Lake community groups and government announcements