City 73 & Ciudad 72

Author:

Dave NashPublic Affairs CoordinatorMedia and Public Affairs

Summary:

Our government access channels, City 73 and Ciudad 72, make access to public meetings more convenient to residents and facilitate involvement in local government decision-making.

Last Updated:

8/4/2014

The City of Yuma's government access channels, City 73 and Ciudad 72, make public meetings more accessible to City of Yuma residents and facilitate involvement in local government decision making by providing programming that increases viewers' awareness of the local government decision making process, local government activities, public issues, and services available from City departments and agencies.

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Watch City 73 And City 72 From Your Computer!

City 73 and Ciudad 72 logos on laptop and flat screen TV. Watch what's happening live on City 72 or City 73 right now! See City Council Meetings, Yuma le informa, City Outlook and more.

Local Programs

In addition to "live" coverage of all City Council Meetings, City Council Worksessions and the Planning & Zoning Commission Meetings, the City's Media and Public Affairs team locally produces several programs to serve the Yuma community in both English and Spanish.

CityOutlook

"City Outlook" is a weekly half-hour interview program featuring guests from throughout the Yuma community to discuss topics relevant to the Yuma area with host Dave Nash. "City Outlook" runs on City 73 at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. every day. An audio-only replay of the preceding week's episode runs locally on KLJZ (93.1 FM) and KCYK (1400 AM) in the 5 a.m. hour on Sunday mornings. Recent episodes may be watched online.

Yuma le Informa

"Yuma le Informa" is a half-hour Spanish-language interview program where guests from the Yuma community join host Lucy Valencia to discuss topics ranging from water service to international relations. "Yuma le Informa" runs exclusively on Ciudad 72 at: midnight, 3 a.m., 6 a.m., noon, 6 p.m., and 9 p.m. daily on the City's Spanish-language channel.

Complete Schedule

For complete schedule information, please see the City 73 programming schedule and Ciudad 72 programming schedule.

For More Information

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Media and Public Affairs Team.

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