Minneapolis TV show shares important city information in three languages

"Access Minneapolis" makes it easy for residents of Minneapolis to get the information they need to know on City services, even if English isn’t their first language. "Access Minneapolis" is a quarterly television program that airs in Spanish, Somali, and Hmong, and the Fall 2009 edition began airing on Comcast Cable channel 14 on Monday, Oct. 26. The programming is available to cable subscribers within the city of Minneapolis.

Ranked Choice Voting, the H1N1 flu, street sweeping, snow emergencies, fire safety, and changes to downtown Minneapolis transportation are just some of the topics featured in this edition of "Access Minneapolis."

The schedule for "Access Minneapolis" on Comcast Cable channel 14 is as follows:

In addition to airing on Comcast, folks can stream "Access Minneapolis" on the YouTube channel.(Please note these links will be updated with the new Fall 2009 segments once the show begins running on City Cable.)

Oct. 27, 2009

Published Oct 27, 2009