Healthy Living Never Gets Old at LNKTV Health
For over a decade, LNKTV Health has served as the City of Lincoln’s health and wellness channel, dedicated to providing reliable and relevant health information across the city, and beyond. With over 1600 videos currently in its archives, the channel has created everything from 15 second PSAs to 90 minute-plus discussions. Subjects cover a wide range of health and wellness topics, including exercise, nutrition, as well as mental, behavioral, and environmental health, among others. All these videos are freely accessible to anyone with access to YouTube. While technology is always changing, the topics on the channel continue to be relevant whether they were created 5 years or 5 days ago.
While working directly with the City of Lincoln and Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD), LNKTV Health also collaborates with public and private organizations across the city to create localized messaging that speaks to the concerns of our community. This includes an ongoing collaboration with Partnership for a Healthy to create educational videos related to COVID-19 and flu vaccinations, as well as other timely health topics.
Want an exercise show for you or a loved one to do at home? Find a playlist on our YouTube page with exercise programs for all ages. If you’re looking for simple tips for child safety, check out videos from Safe Kids Lincoln-Lancaster County. Learn about local health and wellness programs and organizations, by watching our Shape of the City series. How about simple and healthier breakfast ideas, day-to-day ways to help manage diabetes or more nutritional takes on home-cooked favorites? Visit our Healthier Eating playlist with a variety of local collaborators.
To view any of LNKTV Health’s locally produced programs, go to YouTube channel LNKTVhealth. On television, LNKTV Health on Allo channel 3 and Spectrum channel 1301. To view a TV schedule or view a program via video-on-demand, click here. In addition, LNKTV apps that include LNKTV Health, City and Education channels are available on Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. For information or to suggest a topic for a program, email Melissa Fuller or call her at 402.441.7599.