Las Cruces Channel

Weather Forecast for Las Cruces, NM
About Us

     While other TV stations try to bring you more of the world, a new station, called The Las Cruces Channel 98, began broadcasting on April 12th with the goal of bringing us more of our own community. To celebrate their launch, LCC-98 broadcast, for the first time in Las Cruces history, an Easter Vigil Mass from Holy Cross Church.

     The Las Cruces Channel airs on Comcast Cable channel 98, which is accessible to all cable subscribers. The station was set up by Winning Choice Media Group, a entertainment, video and film company which has been involved in producing community media and arts projects since 1989.

     "We aim to widen viewers choices by providing a range of alternative programming made for and by all the various organizations in Las Cruces" said Chris Soular, Founder and CEO of the Las Cruces Channel. “With the assistance of media producers Ray Soular and Tony Martin, we will give viewers the option to not only watch, but to also participate in their locally produced entertainment and information programs.”

     The Las Cruces Channel 98 hopes that the local community will benefit enormously by gaining direct access to news and information that affects their lives. With programs on topics as diverse as travel, real estate, fashion, health and wellness and eating out, all with a Las Cruces focus, there is sure to be something for everyone.

     During the LCC-98 launch, a bulletin-board service will be provided. It will be filled with a calendar of local community events and local business advertising. Businesses will have a powerful media avenue to promote their services and products. Comcast viewers will now have a place to tune in to learn about local businesses and the happenings around town. The Las Cruces Channel was rated the BEST advertising value for all of Las Cruces. Better than radio, better than print media. Dollar for dollar the Las Cruces Channel is your best value.

     The Las Cruces Channel 98 is available to all of Las Cruces for free via Comcast Cable channel 98 or the Internet on YouTube (Las Cruces Channel)

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