The Public Information Office operates The Burbank Channel, Burbank's government access channel on Charter Communications cable channel 6 and AT&T U-verse channel 99. All of the programming of The Burbank Channel is being web cast live (with a 20 second delay) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you're not a Burbank or Glendale resident or are away and want to view The Burbank Channel, you can go to a computer to view the web cast on the Internet. The video programming is converted into Windows Media Player format and sent to a broadcasting server as a live web stream. The delay is the length of time required to convert the live signal into real media format and produce a broadcast for viewing.
What will I see?
The Public Information Office operates The Burbank Channel, Burbank's government access channel on Charter Communications cable channel 6 and AT&T U-verse channel 99. It is seen on Charter channel 16 in the neighboring city of Glendale. The Burbank Channel airs informational shows about the City, its services, its activities, its people, and meetings (including Council, Planning Board, Police Commission, and Parks and Recreation Board to name a few). In the times between the listed programming, The Burbank Channel carries the Bulletin Board with information on City events, activities, services, great digital music and more.
What software will I need to view the web cast?
In order to view the video streams you must have Windows Media Player version 9 or higher embedded in your web browser. To find out which version of Media Player is embedded in your browser, right-click the play in the Media window and then select About.
What type of connection do I need?
The web cast performs best on cable modem or dsl. It does support 56 kbps modem connections, however those viewers will notice considerable lag time and frequent loss of video feed. We recommend viewing the web cast from either a cable modem or dsl connection.
Will I be able to view the meeting in its entirety?
The web cast is a live broadcast (with a 20 second delay) of The Burbank Channel. It is available here. You will only see the content that was available when you started viewing.
If I miss a meeting or show, how I can find out the next air time ?
The web cast is a live broadcast (with a 20 second delay) of The Burbank Channel. Programs are replayed frequently. To view the Programming Schedule for The Burbank Channel, click on the link below:
Will I be able to view past meetings?
We are now providing an archive of City Council meetings. They are available on the Media Page.