|Slogan||Truly Local Television|
|Local Windsor/Local Leamington (1990's-2000)
Cogeco 11 (2000-2005)
|TV Cogeco Ontario
|Cogeco Cable Windsor||11 - 700HD|
|Cogeco Cable Leamington||11 - 700HD|
It was started in the early 1990s by former cable service provider, Trillium Cable on Cable Channel 11 (where it remains today). When Shaw Cable arrived in 1995, the cable provider also started a separate community channel in Leamington, Ontario (also on their cable channel 11), to serve Leamington and Kingsville, Ontario. When Cogeco displaced Shaw as the main cable provider in 2000, they reunited and merged the two Local stations back together into one to simplify and streamline operations and programming.
Most of CogecoTV's programming includes Windsor City Council and Essex County Council meetings, University Sports, local public affairs programming, and OHL Hockey, such as Windsor Spitfires games (either produced by the network, or simulcast from another community channel, such as Rogers TV or another CogecoTV outlet). TVCogeco also airs election coverage.
When there is no programming, a community notice board with news/weather, community events, and a simulcast of CKLW or CIDR-FM is aired, with images occasionally from the cable company's tower camera (located at Dorwin Plaza on Dougall Avenue, in Windsor).
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