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20 Years of CityTV

Video Series

In January 1998, the City of San Diego launched CityTV as the in-house service to broadcast City Council meetings and City programming on Channel 24, later adding an Internet live stream for mobile viewing. Twenty years later, CityTV has provided video coverage of nearly 3,000 public meetings, more than 800 news conferences and ceremonies, and has received recognition for excellence in government programming by the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA).

20th Anniversary of CityTV

We searched through the archives to find some memorable moments from our two decades of City Council coverage.

Lunar New Year

February 2015

Lion dancers entertained City Council members and visitors during a public meeting in 2015.

Protest Interrupts Council Meeting

October 2011

Dozens of protesters from the Occupy San Diego movement interrupted a City Council meeting.

First Show

January 1998

A birthday song for Coucilmember Harry Mathis from the first show CityTV covered live.

Rancho Bernardo Chorale Day

September 2001

Performers from the Rancho Bernardo Chorale brought music to City Council chambers.

Beach Smoking Ban

June 2006

Former Council President Scott Peters and his colleagues listened as residents young and old came out to speak on this hot topic.

Earthquake Rattles City Hall

June 2004

A discussion of City redevelopment was interrupted when an earthquake struck during a routine City Council meeting.

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