1. Watch NOW on the web at “TV 24/7” or “LIVE STREAMS”.
To watch the television feed of The FLORIDA Channel (which is available year-round, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week), simply click on the “TV 24/7” tab under today’s schedule or click the play icon on the viewer/player that’s located on the home page.
To watch the day’s LIVE events (i.e., committee meetings, floor sessions, public hearings), click on the “LIVE STREAMS” tab under today’s schedule to select what you want to watch.
Our “LIVE STREAMS” events are listed by time and title. Look for the “Watch Now” link for events currently available for viewing.
Events listed under the “LIVE STREAMS” schedule will begin streaming 10 minutes prior to their scheduled start times. Audio will be available when the events officially convene.
3. Watch on Roku.
The best way to add new channels is from the Channel Store on your Roku player. To use Channel Search, simply scroll down to “Streaming Channels” in the main menu, and select it to enter the Channel Store.
Once in the channel store, scroll down again to find the Search Channels menu item and select it. You will then enter the familiar typing grid, and you can simply use your remote to begin typing “The Florida Channel”.
Just as with Roku Search, as soon as enough letters are recognized, your search result options will appear to the right where you can scroll over and select them.
After you select the matching result, you are now in the Channel Detail View, where you can go ahead and “Add Channel”, so that The Florida Channel will install and show up on your Home screen.
Alternatively, if you have already created a personalized account on Roku.com, you can login to that account and add the Florida Channel by clicking: http://owner.roku.com/5TMHT6M
4. Watch on a television channel in your area.
Click here to find out if The FLORIDA Channel is available on TV/cable in your area.
5. INSIDE the Capitol Complex – watch on the Capitol’s in-house cable system.
Accessible in the state Capitol building are closed-circuit channels used for broadcast of The FLORIDA Channel programming. Senate events can be seen on channels 71 – 75. House events can be seen on channels 78 – 83. Executive Branch events can be seen on channel 84. The FLORIDA Channel’s 24/7 program feed can be seen on channel 85, and channels 86 and 87 are used for a wide variety of live events both inside and outside the Capitol Complex.
6. Watch in our Video Library.
If you missed LIVE coverage of an event, an archive of it will be available in our Video Library within 24 hours of the time the event concluded.
If you know the event title or date, click on the “Search” tab located in the top right of the website. In the field provided, type in the event title, keyword and/or date. Press enter or click the magnifying glass icon and a list of search results will appear on the screen. Find your event and click the link to view the video.
If you don’t know the name or date of the event, you can click on the “Video Library” tab and a complete list of all programs available on The FLORIDA Channel will appear in chronological order.
For regular updates on content added to the video library, subscribe to our RSS feed. Users of Google Chrome will need to download Chrome’s feed reader extension to view the feed.