Contra Costa Television --  CCTV


Watch CCTV Live

CCTV is the flagship channel of Contra Costa County's cable television programming, bringing you special events, government meetings and produced shows.

Among our shows is "Veterans' Voices," a monthly live, call-in talk show, focusing on the issues veterans face as they transition back to civilian life.

We hope you were able to join us on Monday, December 15, for a very special edition of "Veterans' Voices," focusing on education and resources available for veterans in our area to continue schooling or get a foot in the college door.

If you missed it, we'll be airing it again on Wednesday, December 17, at 11 p.m.  

You can watch additional rebroadcasts  on Saturdays at 9 a.m., Mondays at 7 p.m. and Wednesdays at 11 p.m. 

To learn more or watch the show online, visit the Veterans' Voices website.



Watch CCTV on Comcast, Astound and AT&T U-verse

CCTV is available to subscribers of AT&T U-verse on Channel 99. Comcast subscribers can watch CCTV on Channel 27. On Astound, CCTV is Channel 32.

Community Access Television in Central and East County
Watch Community Access Programming on Comcast in Central Contra Costa County (Coming soon to Astound and AT&T) - Community Access Television can be seen on Comcast Channel 26 (Except in Concord and Clayton).

Watch Delta TV on Comcast in East Contra Costa County. (Coming soon to AT&T) - Delta TV is available on Comcast Channel 24. 

Be a Part of Envisioning the Future of Public, Education and Government Access programming
Cable TV operators are no longer providing community access cable TV services in Contra Costa County, but that doesn’t mean an end to community programming. The County will soon be sponsoring an effort to help shape the future of community television, and invites you to be a part of that process.

Community Access Television includes Public, Education and Government programming and is sometimes referred to as PEG programming. It is supported through fees collected from cable television operators. Community Access Television is a resource for everyone in the County and your ideas are needed as the future unfolds.

The effort to determine what’s next for Public, Education and Government Access cable programming will begin this spring. While the Government access programming has been relatively stable in Contra Costa County, the focus will turn next to improving the Public and Education components. There are many good models of how to do that found in access stations throughout the country. What will work best for Contra Costa residents will be decided through a facilitated, collaborative process.

If you are interested in being part of the visioning effort, please let us know at CCTV@contracostatv.org. Contra Costa County’s Board of Supervisors and staff at CCTV look forward to your involvement and support.

In the meantime, CCTV is providing support to those whose programs were airing on the public access channels. If you were among those producing shows, drop us a note at CCTV@contracostatv.org and we’ll help your viewers find your programs. Until the next phase of community programming has been determined, CCTV remains committed to keeping the channel available to current producers.

Order a DVD
Did you watch a program on CCTV and like it? Most programs are available for purchase for $15. Fill out a DVD Duplication Request online and mail your check to

CCTV
10 Douglas Dr., Suite 210
Martinez, Ca. 94553