Channel Move

CityView Municipal Television and Public Safety TV have moved on the Longview Cable channel lineup. The channel move will affect Longview Cable customers who plug cable directly into their television without a digital cable box or DVR. Please check below to see if the channel move will affect you.  

Direct Access

If you receive Longview Cable directly into the back of your TV (see example below), here are your changes:   

Standard Tier
  • CityView Municipal Television (SD) will remain at channel 5
  • CityView Municipal Television (HD) will move from channel 5.1 to channel 10.1
  • Public Safety TV (SD) will remain at channel 28
  • Public Safety TV (HD) will move from channel 5.2 to channel 10.2
Customers will need to rescan their television before May 6 to receive the new channel locations and avoid an interruption of service.

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DVR and Digital Box

If you have a digital box or DVR issued by Longview Cable, you will not see any changes in the way you receive CityView Municipal Television or Public Safety TV. 

HD Tier
  • CityView (SD) will remain at channel 5
  • CityView (HD) will remain at channel 215
  • Public Safety TV (SD) will remain at channel 28
  • Public Safety TV (HD) will remain at channel 216
Please let us know if you receive CityView Municipal Television or Public Safety TV in another way.  

For other questions about channel location, check the Longview Cable TV Website.   

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