About SFGovTV

San Francisco Government Television (SFGovTV) is the Emmy®-award winning government television station that delivers original programming that enlightens, informs and educates audience while aiming to increase public participation.

Programming includes live coverage of the Board of Supervisors and City Commissions, the latest from the Mayor, a wide variety of exciting city events, and original programming.

Collaborating with community groups, activists and City & County of San Francisco (CCSF) agencies and departments, SFGovTV's producers create original programs that enlighten, entertain and inform. Discover San Francisco's diverse cuisines, cultures and opinions as SFGovTV journeys through the City’s neighborhoods to uncover the hottest issues and trends. Visit sewage treatment plants, high-tech green buildings, the latest art exhibits and more.

SFGovTV is on cable channels 26 and 78 (Comcast), 26 and 28 (Wave) and channel 99 (AT&T). SFGovTV is available for live-streaming at sfgovtv.org.

In addition to programming, SFGovTV provides experienced, professional staff and broadcast quality equipment to help CCSF agencies and departments create high-quality video programs.

FAQs

Can I watch SFGovTV live events if I don’t have a TV or cable?

Yes, SFGovTV is live streamed. Click on the links below to access the live stream and start watching.
Watch SFGovTV
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How can I make sure video streaming will work on my Internet browser?

Video streaming typically requires the use of media plugins. While the necessary plugins will often come pre-installed, you may need to install or enable plugins to watch streaming video. We recommend installing the Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft Silverlight plugins if they are available for your system. While we recommend certain platforms and web browsers, many other operating systems and web browsers can successfully stream videos. View system requirements.

How do I request coverage for a meeting or production of a video?

Use this form when you have a City and County of San Francisco meeting or event you want covered. Use this form when you want to produce a program to be cablecast on SFGovTV or aired on broadcast stations, streamed on the internet or used for internal purposes.

How can I get streaming help?

Support

Phone (415) 581-7100
Email dtis.helpdesk@sfgov.org