Media

LWV Media Channels


Other Media Channels of Interest

National

C-SPAN

Includes Channels 1, 2 and 3 and the Congressional Chroniclea resource for House and Senate floor proceedings. Access the legislative schedule, a directory of committees and members, bills, votes and statistics about each session of Congress.

NPR

NPR: Twitter Has A 136-Page Handbook For Politicians And It’s Hilarious

Facebook

Facebook used its enormous reach to get out the informed vote on Election Day November 2016.

The tool was created with data collected from election officials by the nonpartisan research group Center for Technology and Civic Life. It also showed where each candidate stands on major issues.

Social technology platforms are vulnerable: Why the Kremlin liked Facebook 

California

The California Channel

The California Channel delivers California politics to the public in an unedited, unbiased way. This channel provides access to the legislative hearings and the day-to-day oral arguments by elected representatives in Sacramento. The YouTube archive is located here.

The California Channel is sponsored by the California Cable Television Industry. To see where the California Channel is carried in your local cable television listings, visit www.calchannel.com or call your local cable provider. It works in cooperation with the California legislature, which can be found on its own media pages below:

California State Legislature

California State Legislature Audio and TV

California State Senate Streaming Media & Television

California State Assembly Audio and Television

Capitol Weekly 

Capitol Weekly: Politics on Tap

Funded by cable providers in California 

Public Access Channels for local area cities

Alhambra:   Channel 3 and Channel 182 Charter Cable

Altadena:  Channel 32 Charter Cable, AT&T U-verse – 99/Pasadena, The Arroyo Channel online

Arcadia:  Live webcam  https://www.arcadiaca.gov/how-do-i/view/city-council-meetings

City of Duarte:  Agendas, minutes and streaming videos on the city website and (Charter Cable Channel 3) at http://www.dctvduarte.com/ and on www.accessduarte.com.

La Canada Flintridge:   http://www.lcf.ca.gov/publicmeetings

Monrovia:  Time Warner Channel 3 and Channel 99,  http://kgem.tv/category/monrovia/ 

Monterey Park:   http://www.montereypark.ca.gov/133/City-Council-Meeting-Videos

Pasadena:  http://cityofpasadena.net/Media/ or channel 3 on Charter in Pasadena or 99 on AT&T U-Verse

San Gabriel:  Channel 3 Charter Cable, and the Media Center

San Marino:    City Council Meeting videos.  Archive audio files are here

Sierra Madre: Time Warner Channel 3, SMTV3,  http://kgem.tv/category/sierra-madre-tv/

South Pasadena:  http://www.spectrumstream.com/streaming/south_pasadena_pc/live.cfm

SGV Public, Educational, Government Access (PEG Channels)

Charter Cable, Channel 3

Time Warner Cable, Channel 3

KGEM-TV and selected cable stations

Other Pasadena Public Media channels