The Quad Cities Cable Communications Commission oversees the franchise administration of cable television services and the programming of local channels. The commission is comprised of two commissioners from each of our four member cities.
Meet our commissioners
Innovative use of emerging technology for engaged communities
Connecting communities through local programming valued my residents
Our Organization Strategies
Financial: QCTV will manage finances responsibly to ensure organizational sustainability.
Customer: QCTV will connect customers to information and services though evolving technologies.
Operations: QCTV will measure performance to maximize efficiencies and improve services.
People: QCTV will employ a team of professionals who create success for member cities and residents.
You may review our strategic plan. Click the link here.
For Comcast cable subscribers
As part of the cable franchise with Comcast, all residents of Andover, Anoka, Champlin and Ramsey are eligible for a free tier of cable service known as “Universal PEG.” The “Universal PEG” tier ONLY contains the Public, Education and Government channels. This tier does NOT include any local broadcast channels, or any additional cable television channels. As part of Universal PEG service, Comcast will install one standard cable outlet and provide one digital transport adapter (DTA) to receive the aforementioned channels. An A/B switch will also be provided in order to switch between the Universal PEG cable service and any over-the-air antenna service the resident already has. To order the Universal PEG service contact Comcast customer service at 651-493-5900. For more information on the channels available through Universal PEG please call Quad Cities Community Television at 763-427-1411