Access Osceola TV (AOTV) provides citizens with the opportunity to watch their local government in action and learn more about what's going on in the community.
Tune in to AOTV to stay informed about City Commission, County Commission and School Board meetings, various educational programs, the bi-weekly talk show Kissimmee FYI, and much more.
Programs are broadcast several times during the week. Times vary, so you'll always have an opportunity to tune in to the shows.
Weekly Commission Meetings:
City of Kissimmee Commission Meetings
The meetings are broadcast live on the first and third Tuesday of the month.
Click Here to Watch City Commission Meetings "Live" on AOTV
Osceola County Commission Meeting
Airs throughout the month.
Osceola School Board Meeting
Airs throughout the month.
AOTV Original Programming:
This 30 minute talk show gives you can inside look at the programs, services and activities taking place in the City of Kissimmee. Hosted by Arin Thrower, Manager of Communications and Public Information, K-FYI showcases City business, local events, health tips, education, and other resources available to citizens. Kissimmee F-Y-I can be seen each day at 7:00 a.m., noon, 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
Each month brings something new to Kissimmee/Osceola County and AOTV, from specially televised ceremonies to local events. Stay tuned to see what your fellow citizens are doing and how you can get involved.
Other Government Programs:
Provides coverage about the people and events associated with our armed services. Produced and hosted by military personnel, these programs take you behind today’s headlines for a unique perspective.
In The Fight
Each month, this program offers up close and personal stories of men and women in uniform as they battle on the frontlines. Eye witness accounts of life on the battle lines sets this show apart.
NASA’s Destination Tomorrow
A NASA-produced educational series, which focuses on NASA research- past, present and future designed for learners of all ages. The program gives the viewer an inside look at NASA, while demonstrating how research and technology relates to our everyday lives.
An Emmy award-winning series produced by NASA, featuring instructional programs, which emphasize research and standards-based instruction, Problem-Based Learning, and scientific inquiry. Each program supports the national math, science and technology standards.
The Adventures of Scuba Jack
Set sale with Scuba Jack as he takes you on adventures under the sea. This educational series is geared towards Pre-K and Kindergarden students who want to learn about marine life.
Science, math and critical thinking skills come to life in HEADJAM, the award-winning, educational, six-episode video series for middle school students. These zany, brainy programs explore multi-disciplinary skills in a highly entertaining way.
Biodiversity: Wild About Life
This four-part docu-drama is about four teenagers who discover the value of the variety of life on earth. From wolves and plants to wetlands and deserts, the teenagers are inspired by positive actions to safeguard it. Suitable for middle, junior and senior high school grade levels.
A Home For Pearl
This award-winning four-part video series helps school children learn the importance of habitat by telling the story of an injured bald eagle named Pearl who is nursed back to health by caring youngsters. Suitable for elementary and middle grade levels.
Living Green is more than just a new public television series from WUFT-TV/DT, it reflects a new way of life for the 21st century. Living Green focuses on how communities incorporate environmental concerns into their homes, neighborhoods, and businesses to help conserve natural resources and wildlife for future generations.