GREENSBORO — The Greensboro Television Network, the official city government channel, is now available on demand.
In an effort to engage residents on most forms of media, the channel is now available on the Roku streaming platform.
“With so many people no longer subscribing to cable service, this allows residents to watch a live stream of GTN anytime they choose,” GTN station manager David Brown said in a news release. “Roku is the currently number one streaming platform right now in the US with more than 30 million active accounts. This gives us a broader reach to hit more of our Greensboro residents.”
GTN is available on Spectrum cable Channel 13 with a digital cable box and on NorthState Channel 31.
GTN is also available on AT&T U-verse, Channel 99. To watch it, go to Channel 99, press OK, select “Greensboro,” then select “GTN” to start the channel. To have it fill the screen, press OK again.
Founded in 1995, GTN offers city government and community information.
The station operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, featuring live City Council and Zoning Commission meetings, information on city activities and original programming.
For more information about GTN and schedules, visit www.greensboro-nc.gov.