About Campbell County Media Central
Campbell County Media Central is a service of the Campbell County Cable Board. The Cable Board was created by an Interlocal Agreement among the Campbell County Fiscal Court and 12 local cities within the County. The member cities are: Highland Heights, Alexandria, Bellevue, Cold Spring, Southgate, Wilder, Silver Grove, Melbourne, Crestview, Woodlawn, California, Mentor and Fiscal Court serving the unincorporated county. The Cable Board administers the cable television franchise agreement with Spectrum and Cincinnati Bell Extended Territories. The Board is made up of representatives from the government agencies.
Our goal, at Campbell County Media Central, is to reach out into our community and provide a wide range of media tools and mechanisms while maintaining a direct outlet for community programming through cable channels. Campbell County Media Central is a service of the Campbell County Cable Board.
Campbell County Cable Board
WHAT IS THE CABLE BOARD?
The Campbell County Cable Board is the cable television regulatory authority that administers all cable television franchises. The purpose of the Board is to exercise the powers of the Fiscal Court of Campbell County, and the respective participating governments of the incorporated municipalities therein with respect to cable franchising; cable television regulation; Public, Educational and Governmental access and programming, and all other powers and duties possessed by the Participants, under both federal and state law, pertaining to the regulation, access, and administration of cable television by the Participants, to regulate cable television service and to advise the Participants in the exercise of their franchise authority.
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New Year's Eve (Closed Early)
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