Questions (Ask Bev)
Video on Demand
City of Beverly Hills
FAQ - Why can't I get BHTV on channel 10?
by the change include
35, School District KBEV 6 and Classic Arts
36. If your TV is newer and has a QAM tuner, you can re-scan your
for digital and then tune your TV to the following digital
: BHTV 10 (City
) = 95-103
Commission Meeting Schedule
Live coverage of all City Commission meetings on BHTV 10 (Time Warner Cable
Jim J's Jukebox
Jim J's Jukebox This free series explores American music through the anecdotes of Jim Jimirro, song-buff and founding president of the Disney
, Walt Disney Home Video, and Chairman of the Board of National Lampoon.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=562260&title=Jim J's Jukebox
Beverly Hills Television (BHTV) is the government cable
for the City of Beverly Hills, on
10 of the Time Warner Cable system and on the web. Since 1984, BHTV has been producing award-winning local programming that informs
FAQ - Where can I obtain information about televised Beverly Hills school programs?
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) operates KBEV
6 on the Time Warner cable system. KBEV airs the BHUSD Board meetings along with other programs including local school news, high school sports and performing arts recitals.
options? Answer: Yes consulates will need flash upgrade with P 25 conventional and trunk operations. 8. Exhibit A – page 26: Only the Police 1, 3, 7 & 11 and Local Government, VHF
TAC 2 are listed frequencies /
City of Beverly Hills Now Streams All Commission Meetings Live
can be viewed on the City’s cable
10, and on the website’s live stream at www.beverlyhills.org/watchlive. The 11 commissions are: Architectural Commission, Charitable Solicitations Commission, Cultural Heritage
Young Scholars on BHTV35
on their YouTube
. Credits for the courses are recorded on a Dominguez Hills transcript which can be transferred to any college or university. Each college and university will determine if the courses meet their general education and degree requirements.
Current Disaster Information
information specific to the City of Beverly Hills, go to the following sources: City of Beverly Hills website: www.beverlyhills.org City of Beverly Hills Disaster Hotline: (310) 550-4680 Radio: 1500 AM TV:
10 and 35 Twitter:
How to Become a Commissioner
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