Rossmoor Television has been broadcasting in Rossmoor for more than 28 years. It is available in every home in the community on Channel 28 as part of the Comcast package. Broadcasting 24/7, the station provides entertainment, exercise, lectures and gameshows between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. In the evening, downlinked from our satellite dish, is “Classic Arts Showcase,” which contains years of amazing short videos collected from around the world.
Live Streaming and Video On Demand
Watch Rossmoor TV programming 24 hours a day on Rossmoor TV’s website and iOS, Android and Smart TV apps. Click the link below for more information on how to access the Live Streaming and Video On Demand page.
Rossmoor’s Channel 28 schedule can be found on the back page of the Rossmoor News every week. Look for the capitalized and underlined word in each program description and match it to the grid below to find the program’s start time. Most programs start at the top of the hour and air without commercials.
Start each day at 9 a.m. with a low-aerobic exercise program made especially for seniors, followed by a varied shows of health tips, lectures, music, authors and information about the community. Channel 28 also covers the Golden Rain Foundation’s Board meetings, both mid-month and end of the month meetings.
The first Tuesday of every month at 5 p.m., Channel 28 broadcasts a live program called “TV Bingo.” This is an interactive game in which residents can play on their television in their own home. In order to play, residents need to obtain a free bingo card by calling 925-988-7820 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, providing their full name, address and phone number. The bingo card will be mailed to the resident.
The card is free and can be used every month to play along with the TV. Prizes vary each month, but some examples are gift cards, haircuts, dinners, manicures, jewelry, concert tickets, flowers and much, much more. Residents representing clubs host the game each month, calling numbers and telling about their clubs. It’s a very fun way to spend an evening.
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