Menifee residents have a new way to stay connected. Menifee TV is a Public, Educational, and Governmental Access Channel (PEG) that delivers local programming, public meetings, and service announcements from the City of Menifee. All content broadcast through Menifee TV’s cable channels will include closed captioning in both English and Spanish.
Menifee TV is the first PEG channel in the region to be featured in high definition through Spectrum and the first city-provided PEG channel to host a direct link with the County of Riverside’s PEG channel, RivCo TV, using cloud distribution and receiving technology with no additional costs or infrastructure needed.
This partnership will help bring county programming to areas of Menifee that currently do not have access to its content. Menifee TV will also feature programming from other governmental partners at the local, state, and federal levels.
“Menifee TV will further enhance our public outreach by allowing us to deliver local cable subscribers with engaging video content, which can also be reshared on our social media platforms or viewed directly through the city’s website,” Mayor Bill Zimmerman said.
Menifee TV can be viewed on Spectrum Channel 1301, Frontier Channel 25, and via live stream online at www.cityofmenifee.us/menifeetv. Some Spectrum viewers are in the process of being phased in for the new channel over the next 90 days and may not immediately see Menifee TV in their channel listing. The city is also in discussions with Mediacom to provide their local subscribers with Menifee TV in the near future.
The majority of funding for PEG’s infrastructure is provided by the city’s cable franchise agreements with the local cable operators.
For more information, schedule of programming, or to view Menifee TV online, visit www.cityofmenifee.us/menifeetv.
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