WROK
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. Recycling efforts, public safety information and special events in the community are just part of what WROK offers.

Since 1984 WROK TV has served the community with coverage of city sponsored events, meetings, youth sports, and City of Royal Oak information. WROK is funded by franchise fees and public benefit monies paid by the cable operators under terms specified in Royal Oak's Cable Franchises and Code of Ordinances.

Currently, WROK cablecasts on two cable TV systems: Comcast (channel 17) and Wide Open West, or WOW (channel 10). WROK is not available on AT&T U-Verse system. However, a live simulcast of WROK programming is available to all online.

Programming When You Need It


You can find archived meetings of the; Royal Oak City Commission, Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Downtown Development Authority. Those archived meetings can also be found on our live stream page. The WROK YouTube channel also hosts additional programming not found on City website.

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 and videos may be used in future Cable TV or internet productions and brochures or flyers.