Chabot College's Television Studio was established when the College first opened in 1964. It was the first West Coast College Television Station with 5 on-campus channels that allowed instructors to receive 5 independent cable TV feeds of programming from the studio. Lately, it became the Community Media Center for the East Bay by taking over Public-access television channels from Comcast through the DIVCA (Digital Infrastructure Video Communications Act). Which makes the Studio available to the communities as well as for Educational-access television use. Local business and individuals can now use the Leased access High Definition Studios, with access to over 100,000 viewers and online streaming as well as AT&T-U-viewers. Currently the Station runs KCTH 27 the Educational-access television channel, KCMC 28 and 29, also Channel 99 under Hayward on AT&T U-verse. It is continuing to grow in programming and equipment.