150 S. Los Robles Ave.
Ste. 101 (entrance on El Dorado)
Pasadena, CA 91101
phone: (626) 794-8585
email: info@pasadenamedia.org

Pasadena Media

Pasadena's Community Media Training Center and Television Network

Pasadena Media channels are accessible 24 hours a day, reaching more than 100,000 cable viewers in the City of Pasadena and the Los Angeles Metro area. 

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Charter Cable - Ch. 3
AT&T U-verse - 99/Pasadena


KPAS is the government access channel, highlighting news and events within the City of Pasadena, CA. 


KPAS increases residents’ access to local government by cablecasting community resources, local government information and meetings, such as Pasadena's City Council.


The broadcast streamed live on this website and the the City’s website: click here.


Charter Cable - Ch. 32
AT&T U-verse - 99/Pasadena


The Arroyo Channel serves as a non-commercial community access channel.


Airing a wide variety of programs, serving the City of Pasadena with diverse interests, ages and cultures.  


The Arroyo Channel provides the city of Pasadena's use of  telecommunications and digital technology giving opportunity to residents to communicate their individual and community voice.

Charter Cable - Ch. 95
AT&T U-verse - 99/Pasadena


KLRN-TV is the education station of Altadena, Pasadena, and Sierra Madre. 


Operated by the Pasadena Unified School District, it offers 24-hour educational and instructional programming, live cablecasts of Board of Education meetings, and the latest news about PUSD schools in English and Spanish.  

Charter Cable - Ch. 96
AT&T U-verse - 99/Pasadena

PCC-TV is the official channel of Pasadena City College. Operated by the PCC Public Relations office and the PCC Office of Instruction, the channel provides a plethora of information pertinent to both the college and the greater Pasadena community.


Instructional television courses, special events, on-campus programs, the PCC Today Show, and staff lectures are a few examples of the type of programming that will be featured on the station, 24-hours a day.