CMAC-TV

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CMAC-TV
Launched 2012
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country United States
Language English
Broadcast area Metropolitan Fresno
Worldwide (online)
Website CMAC website
Availability
Cable
Comcast 93
94
96
AT&T U-verse 99

Community Media Access Collaborative (commonly known as CMAC-TV) is a non-profit public, education and government (PEG) access television station based in Fresno, California. Located in the historic Fresno Bee Building, which once housed the Fresno Metropolitan Museum, the public media center features a 900 square foot television studio, editing stations, classroom and offices.

Public programming can be seen on Comcast channel 93, education programming on Comcast channel 94 and government programming on Comcast channel 96. The same programming is available on AT&T U-verse channel 99 and streamed live online. The channels are accessible to cable television subscribers from Madera to the north and Tulare to the south.

CMAC is the designated PEG provider for the Cities of Fresno and Clovis.

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