Broadcasting City News On Air and Online
Phoenix Channel 11
PHX11 began in 1984 as the city of Phoenix's government access cable channel with a staff of four and five minutes of programming per week.
Today, the award-winning PHX11 is one of the top local cable stations in the country, reaching an estimated 320,000 households throughout the Valley. It provides quality programs that educate, inform and entertain residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week such as:
- City Council Policy and Formal Meetings where residents can see live streaming coverage of their city government in action.
- On the Issues featuring Phoenix City Council members and keeping residents informed about issues, programs and activities in their district.
- Building Phoenix, Destination Phoenix-Sky Harbor Airport and Water Works that provide an inside view of how the Planning and Development, Aviation and Water Services departments operate.
PHX 11 airs its programming on Cox Cable Channel 11, phoenix.gov and youtube.com/cityofphoenixaz. Follow PHX 11 at twitter.com/watchphx11 and visit our homepage for program replay times and to view programs on demand.
Visit our internship page for information on PHX 11 internships.
know99 television is the city’s youth and education cable channel. The channel began in the 1980s as Learn 34, and was housed on the campus of South Mountain High School before relocating downtown to a shared space with PHX11 in 2001.
know99 Television broadcasts quality programming around the clock.
From foreign languages, and GED readiness, to bullying prevention, and the popular Disney series Bill Nye the Science Guy— know99 offers an array of educational resources for teachers and lifelong learners. The channel also produces positive news stories about youth and education in our Phoenix community. These productions have included:
- Icons in Education: highlighting individuals who have made a difference in the education community. Betty Fairfax, Caroline Warner, Eugene Grigsby, Lattie Coor, Eddie & Nadine Basha, Sandra Day O’Connor.
- Cool in Your Zip: produced in cooperation with PHX11, highlights cool places to visit in Phoenix zip codes
- World Record Basketball Dribbler: Joseph Odiahmbo, a 5th grade teacher in Phoenix made the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest time dribbling a basketball at one time. He uses his skill to engage students in class. (*more than 4 million views on youtube)
know99 airs its programming on Cox Cable channel 99 and extends its broadcast of its local productions on phoenix.gov/know99, and youtube.com/know99television. For more information about know99 Television and programming information, visit our website.