The Lexington Public Library Cable Channel is provided as a public access channel to Lexington residents via Spectrum. We broadcast 24 hours a day, with programs ranging from adult education, live concerts, political forums, locally-produced historical documentaries, and programs highlighting Library services or events.
From 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Monday-Saturday, the Library simulcasts the audio broadcast of Central Kentucky Radio Eye, a public service radio station that reads newspapers and magazines for the visually impaired. During their morning broadcast, CKRE volunteers read the daily Lexington Herald Leader.
During the time between programs, the Cable Channel displays Library information and schedule. In the background, you will hear readings of unabridged audio books. Our selected book changes every Friday afternoon, and our titles range from mysteries to non-fiction to children’s and literary novels, and everything in between.