The Colorado Channel provides live and repeat coverage of the Colorado General Assembly’s floor work. We further serve as an educational resource, providing insight into the legislative process. In addition to producing our own content, we provide access to content from other state policy making entities.
In 2009, control over the Colorado Channel was given to the Colorado Channel Authority Board (CCAB) through passage of HB09-1307.
As a political subdivision of the state, the CCAB is not an agency of state government nor is it subject to administrative direction by the state and is not legally obligated to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) to select contractors.
However, the CCAB welcomes inquiries to provide the above-mentioned services.
Since the Colorado Channel’s inception in 2008, live streaming and online archiving services have been provided by the Open Media Foundation (OMF), a Colorado 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
For more information about the services, training, and resources offered by OMF