Educational Access Television
Other Access TV
Public Access Television
SF Commons is the new name of San Francisco's public access television stations, airing on cable channels 29 and 76. The channels are operated and managed by the Bay Area Video Coalition, a local nonprofit organization specializing in digital media services and professional training. SF Commons offers community-based television and voice to independent producers for the purpose of expressing their freedom of speech and art. The programming aims to reflect the diversity and interests of San Francisco's communities and residents.
Click here to go to the SF Commons website.
San Francisco Government Access Television
SFGTV, San Francisco Cable Channels 26 and 78 are provided to the City and County of San Francisco for the purpose of cablecasting government programming. SFGTV cablecasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Programming produced by SFGTV includes gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Board of Supervisors' meetings and coverage of other governmental meetings and events. SFGTV also provides municipal information and public service announcements.
Click here to go to the San Francisco Government Access Television website.