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From City Council meetings to "Now You Know" and other video programming, Norwalk Television brings important information to you.

Norwalk Television

The City of Norwalk operates its own Video Media Department and airs original programming, informational specials and special interest stories on local service provider channels, Channel 3 for Charter Spectrum customers and Channel 32 for Frontier FiOS customers. The department broadcasts all City Council and Planning Commission meetings live. Meetings are rebroadcast on the same day of the following week at 6 p.m. The department produces timely programs to educate residents about City services, events and accomplishments. 

The Video Media Department also maintains the electronic bulletin board that runs on Channels 3 and 32 when regular programming is not being aired. Norwalk community-based organizations can submit announcements at no cost, provided that they are not for profit, not affiliated with any politiical organization or group and not obscene. Please contact the department for additional information or to have your announcement listed on our channels.

Email: norwalktv@norwalkca.gov

Phone: (562) 929-5377


View Norwalk News and Now You Know on YouTube

The City of Norwalk offers a wide range of programming covering  local news and activities on its Norwalk Television YouTube channel.

Click for Norwalk Television on YouTube

 

View Meetings Live!

The City of Norwalk offers live web streaming of City Council and Planning Commission meetings. You may view a live meeting from any computer by clicking on the link below. Be sure to bookmark the link so that you can easily connect to the next meeting. When meetings are not in session, you will be able to view announcement regarding events, programs, or services available to Norwalk residents.

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Windows users: the link should open in Windows Media Player or your Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc). You may need to grant permission in a popup window.

Mac/Apple users: we recommend downloading the free software VLC Player first, then you can access the same link at the top of this page. You can find detailed VLC Player installation instructions at www.vlchelp.com. After installation, the Norwalk Television video feed will open within the VLC Player program.


Mobile users can also download the VLC Player app to view Norwalk Television on the go!

Android users: click here to download VLC Player for your Android device

iOS/iPhone users: click here to download VLC Player for your iOS device

Windows Phone users: click here to download VLC Player for your Windows Phone

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