Clark County Television (CCTV) Channel 4 is Nevada's most watched government-access television station. We offer a schedule of programs intended to inform and entertain you and these are available for streaming from your computer.
CCTV’s role in providing greater transparency around County government remains an important one. Numerous government meetings are aired live on CCTV. Those meetings include the County Commission, including their zoning and planning meetings, the Las Vegas Valley Water District Board, the Water Reclamation Board, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, the Clark County Regional Flood Control District, coroner's inquests, the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition's Committee on Homelessness and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Fiscal Affairs Committee.
We cablecast numerous productions, including a news magazine show, a show about things to do involving Parks and Recreation, a commissioner interview show, public service announcements (PSAs) for County agencies, in-house training videos and specialized mini-programs. Numerous government meetings are aired live. Those meetings include the County Commission including their zoning and planning meetings, the Las Vegas Valley Water District Board, the Water Reclamation Board, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, the Clark County Regional Flood Control District, coroner's inquests, the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition's Committee on Homelessness and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Fiscal Affairs Committee. Some meetings are also aired after the fact, such as the Southern Nevada Water Authority board.
Additionally, an informational bulletin board shows periodically throughout the day, providing information on government events and services.
CCTV appears on cable television locally via Cox Communications, which reaches about 60 percent of the valley's viewers. Cox moved CCTV to the digital tier in August 2011. For customers WITHOUT cable boxes who plug directly into the wall, a manual auto tune will be necessary to get Clark County TV. Starting on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015 viewers will need to perform a manual auto tune to find CCTV at 69.10. This link provides a good example of how to auto tune/auto program your TV set: http://www.clickcabletv.com/auto-programming-your-tv. Cox estimates that 10 percent of its viewers receive the Cox signal without cable boxes.
For some Cox subscribers, such as those who have a digital television set and no converter box, CCTV may be found on Channel 89.13 or 89-13, depending upon your set’s display. To find these channels, one may need to use the TV’s remote, look through the menu, and have it scan all digital channels. Channel 4 remains at the same place on the dial for those who have converter boxes, and those with older TV sets will need these boxes to receive Channel 4 (and Channels 2, 61 and 96).
Citizens who receive Channel 4 via CenturyLink will not be affected and will continue to receive CCTV on Channel 4. Laughlin residents may continue to view Clark County Television on cable Channel 14. Also, the videostreaming of Channel 4 on the County website remains unaffected.
In the event of an emergency, public notices will be cablecast over the station.
CCTV also runs public service announcements and other productions provided by local non-profit agencies, so long as proof of their non-profit status is provided.