City seeks input on Fayetteville Public Access Television

The city’s Media Services Division is asking residents to complete a brief online survey about Fayetteville Public Access Television.

The survey asks people how often they watch public access programming, which provider they use, and other questions about the services provided by the division.

In addition to television programming, Public Access Television also offers free video production classes and workshops, as well as free video equipment checkout for Fayetteville residents.

To participate in the survey, visit

Officials are asking for input even if residents don’t currently use any public access services.

“We want to hear from everyone,” said Lindsley Smith, communications director. “The city is proud to say we have the only true public access channel in the state. It is important for us to make sure it continues to serve the people in the way the people need it.”

Public Access Television is operated through a $105,000 annual contract with local organization Community Access Television, Inc. (aka Your Media).

Residents can watch public access programming on Cox channel 218, or AT&T U-Verse channel 99. Programs are also streamed at