LeeTV is Lee County's 24-hour government access channel, brought to you by Lee County Innovation & Technology Services. LeeTV provides residents and visitors with information about Lee County Government as well as public safety, health and state-related news.
Any additional educational, entertainment or informational programming is subject to various costs, such as equipment replacement, maintenance and repair. Its availability is not a guarantee of future broadcast.
All Board of County Commissioners meetings are televised live. Regular Board Meetings (held on the first and third Tuesdays) are rebroadcast on Tuesday evenings and Saturdays. Closed captioning of these meetings is provided.
The County's news program provides information about what is going on in Lee County Government. Viewers will see an overview of department responsibilities, project updates, explanation of County programs, public safety information and general county information.
Watch on Cable TV
- LeeTV is not broadcast over the air. It is available through Comcast Cable channel 97, and streamed on the Lee County website.
- Analog broadcasts ended on most major broadcasting networks in Lee County in 2009. To watch local TV broadcasts, you will need a digital tuner built into your TV or a digital converter box.
- Lee TV provides Closed Captioning of Tuesday's Regular Board Meetings.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has the sole authority to respond to all cable or video service customer complaints. Cable franchises are issued by the Florida Department of State, effectively eliminating local franchise authorities.
Cable rates, other than the basic services tier, are not regulated by Federal law. All other tiers, including expanded basic, digital tiers, HD programming, pay-per-view and premium movie channels are not subject to rate regulation.
Cable services are provided in most of Lee County by Comcast Cable. Satellite television service is also provided by
Dish Network and DirecTV.
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, (800) 435-7352
Federal Communications Commission
Florida does not regulate Internet service or VOIP (internet) phone service providers.