Government Access TV

Government Access TV Airs on WBAY 77/99

WBAY STREAMS 24/7 -- Watch a live-streaming broadcast of WBAY 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, right here. Residents may enjoy great content on WBAY, Palmetto Bay's government access TV station, from the comfort of their home televisions or from their computer or hand-held device -- anytime. (Also visit our On-Demand Library.)
 

GET TO KNOW YOUR COUNCIL -- "Policy Makers" is a five-part series that provides an inside look at our elected officials, their vision for the future, thoughts on downtown redevelopment, and much more  The videos air back-to-back daily. Tune in "Policy Makers" exclusively on WBAY daily at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.

 

"DISCOVER VILLAGE PARKS" -- This five-part series launched in 2012 with a destination piece on Coral Reef Park. Hosted by Summer Camp Counselor and resident Neal Simmons, production continued through 2013 with a separate video on each Village-operated park. Watch the series in its entirety daily at 6:30 a.m. and 11 p.m. JAN 4, 2014

 


SPECIAL PROGRAMS ON WBAY-TV 77/99

Mayor's Annual State of the Village Address
Watch Here Daily - 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., & 7:00 p.m.

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"Policy Makers" Showcase
Watch Here Daily - 9:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.

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"Discover Our Parks" Showcase
Watch Here Daily - 6:30 a.m. & 11:00 p.m.


ON-DEMAND LIBRARY, TOO

A convenient alternative to cable-TV coverage of public meeting is our on-line Streaming Media & Video Archive page. Here you will find a comprehensive selection of on-demand videos of past public meetings and other features. We're making local government more transparent to ensure you are part of the process.


WBAY UNDERWRITERS

If you are interested in underwriting the cost of an annual Village event, or programming on WBAY, Palmetto Bay's government access TV station, please contact Communications Manager Bill Kress (305-259-1234).

Enjoy significant benefits for your investment dollar including naming rights to annual Village events (i.e., Celebration Picnic), dedicated video programming, TV-video billboards and public service announcements on WBAY -- even street banners along US-1 (for top-level underwriters).

Feel free to view live broadcasts and/or past coverage of public meetings via our Video Archive page. And be sure to scroll to the bottom of that page to see a library of Village features.

 


Read this article, "Village’s TV Channel is 'under construction," published in early 2012 by the Palmetto Bay News regarding the development and roll-out of WBAY Channel.

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