SLCTV Coming to PSL, All Comcast Subscribers May 6
SLCTV first aired on Comcast in 2003, but has only been available to subscribers in the unincorporated areas of the county and residents within the city limits of Fort Pierce.
“We are extremely grateful to the staff at Comcast for making our meetings and original programs available to all county residents,” said St. Lucie County Commission Chair Paula Lewis. “Over the years, we’ve had a great partnership with the City of Port St. Lucie’s Communications staff and PSLTV, and we will continue to collaborate with them on shared programing, but this move provides us with a much greater reach, offering real-time access to county information.”
Comcast subscribers within Port St. Lucie will now get to watch live St. Lucie County Commission meetings, as well as receive SLCTV’s live feed of the Florida Channel, which broadcasts legislative sessions and cabinet meetings from Tallahassee. Along with County Commission, Code Enforcement and Planning & Zoning meetings, SLCTV airs award-winning original programs such as “Inside St. Lucie,” “Lecture Hall,” “Postcards from Home,” “Coffee with the Chair,” and “10-8.” The channel also features a community calendar, event listings and job postings, as well as televising emergency information, county press conferences and ribbon-cutting events.
SLCTV is available to AT&T U-Verse customers throughout the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches on Channel 99. All of the channel’s original programs and public service announcements are also online at www.YouTube.com/StLucieGov.
For more information on St. Lucie County's Office of Media Relations visit: www.stlucieco.gov/media.