Since 1984 WROK TV has served the community with coverage of city sponsored events, meetings, youth sports, and City of Royal Oak information.

Currently, we cablecast over two cable TV systems: Comcast (channel 17) and Wide Open West, AKA WOW (channel 10). WROK is not available on the AT&T U-verse network. Some WROK Special programming can also be found on Youtube at www.youtube.com/user/wrokcabletv. Programming updates and special notices can be found on out Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/wrok-cable-tv#!/pages/WROK-Cable-TV/135332769654

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Special Note: With the August 13th, 2012 meeting of the Royal Oak City Commission WROK will enter it’s 28th year of providing LIVE gavel to gavel coverage of the meetings of the Royal Oak City Commission.

Liquor Control Committee (LCC) Meetings now on WROK:
Recent changes in the meeting schedule for the Royal Oak Liquor Control Committee have made advance scheduling for the live coverage of the meetings difficult at best. The LCC a sub-committee of the Royal Oak City Commission only meets as necessary and only meetings featuring public hearings are cable-cast. The good news is that there will be 10 days notice given before each meeting. Replays of the LCC meetings will be Thursdays at 4pm and Weekends at 1pm.


WROK is Royal Oak's Municipal Access Cable operation providing programming sponsored by or for the City. Commission meetings are cablecast live to inform residents and encourage participation in local government. Some of the programming keeps residents abreast of road closings, construction updates, recycling efforts, public safety information and special events in the community.

Many other program offerings are interesting presentations on art, science, and travel. Major community activities and events such as the Royal Oak Ice Show, the Memorial Day Parade, The Mayor’s State of the City Address and the Holiday Magic Parade are featured throughout the year. Programs like Cooking with Cathy, Astronomy for Everybody, Army News, In the Fight and the WROK Bulletin Board as well as a cadre` of other seasonal programming offer something for everyone.

Photo/Video Policy:  On occasion, WROK, the City of Royal Oak government access cable tv channel may take photos or videos of participants enrolled in sponsored programs, parks or public events. Please be aware that these photos & videos may be used in future Cable TV/ Internet productions and brochures or flyers.

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