Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I find your program schedule?
How do I contact Mediacom?
How do I file a complaint about Mediacom?
How can I get a copy of a program that I saw on your channels?
How can I get my program on your channels?
How can you assist my local non-profit organization?
How do I use InfoVision?
Where can I find Mediacom's rates and channel lineup?
Q: Where do I find your program schedule?
A: Try our interactive program schedule, which allows you to search our programming by time, category or title. The schedule will also link you to any of our programs that are available on streaming media.
- By phone, at 1-855-MEDIACOM or 1-855-633-4226
- By mail or in person at Mediacom, 546 Southgate Ave, Iowa City, IA 52240
- On the web at mediacomcable.com/CustomerSupport/
Q: How do I file a complaint about Mediacom?
A: Complaints about Mediacom's practices in Iowa City are handled by Ty Coleman, the City's Media Production Services Coordinator. You can reach Ty by phone at (319) 356-5046, or you can fill out our online complaint form here.
Q: How can I get a copy of a program I saw on one of your channels?
A: Most, though not all of our programs can be copied to DVD. The fee for the DVD and dubbing is $6.20. Contact Jerry Nixon at (319) 356-5458.
Q: How can I get my program on your channels?
A: Most of our content comes from our facilities or from other government agencies. However, if you feel that you have content that meets with our cablecast guidelines, please contact Ty Coleman at (319) 356-5046.
Q: How can you assist my local non-profit organization?
A: We're so glad you asked! The Cable TV Division is home to the award-winning Community Television Service, which provides a variety of video services to local NPOs. Find out more by visiting their webpage here, or call Ty Coleman at (319) 356-5454, or Joel Bouwers at 356-5019.
Q: How do I use InfoVision?
A: InfoVision is our very own interactive television system, developed right here in Johnson County. Basically, you use your phone to play videos or local and internet radio stations. You can access the InfoVision X help page here.