PEG Cable Channel
Twinsburg’s public, education, and government (PEG) cable channel provides our community with a variety of informative programs showcasing issues, people, and places in our Community.
Our PEG Channel is operated by an entity formed by a consortium of communities. In late 1980, The Western Reserve Cable Consortium was formed with an initial membership of nine communities; the consortium awarded the cable tv franchise to Adelphia Communications in March of 1981. They aired their first show – a high school football game – in September of 1982 with a staff of one.
As the consortium's reach expanded from television and into social media, on-demand, and other services, the name was changed to "Community Focus". The wide variety of programming produced by Community Focus is distributed to audiences via Spectrum Cable channels 1021 & 1022, video streaming, on-demand, and through the FocusApp.