|Owned by||Time Warner Cable|
|Broadcast area||Maine, New Hampshire|
|Time Warner Cable Maine systems||9|
|Time Warner Cable Berlin, New Hampshire||22|
|Time Warner Cable Littleton, New Hampshire||21|
TWC TV (Time Warner Cable Television, also known as Time Warner Cable Channel 9 because of its channel position in Maine) is a regional cable television network with coverage throughout Time Warner Cable systems throughout Maine and Northern New Hampshire. The channel broadcasts local programming and local high school and minor league sports.
Business Insider Guest speakers address topical concerns for area business people.
Maine Street Interview show with community leaders discussing happenings in their town.
Mature Lifesyles Monthly news magazine show focusing on senior citizens.
Pet Haven Line Produced by the Kennebec Valley Humane Society, focusing on the care of animals.
State of the State Weekly discussion about local and national issues concerning the state of Maine.
Strictly Sports Monday night program discussing local and national sports, hosted by WGAN talk show host Mike Violette.
Consumer Matters Advice for the Consumer from the Maine Attorney General's office.
Road to the Blaine House Profiles gubernatorial candidates, similar to C-SPAN's Road to the White House.
Mainly Motorsports Focusing on motorsports in New England.
Wildfire Discussing Maine outdoors issues.
In addition to Monday night's Strictly Sports talk show. TWC TV airs local high school sports largely from Southern Maine and Aroostook County. The station also produces the Maine Principals' Association's high school basketball tournament from Portland every March. TWC TV also acts as an overflow feed for MPBN during the aforementioned high school basketball tournament and for New England Sports Network when the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins are playing at the same time. TWC TV also produces and airs select home Portland Pirates and Maine Red Claws games. The channel will also air games from Time Warner Cable SportsNet when Maine based teams are playing teams that network usually covers.