The Beach Channel

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The Beach Channel is a privately owned South Florida lifestyle station featuring the hottest places to shop, dine and play throughout Miami, Miami Beach and all of South Florida from the Palm Beaches though the Florida Keys. We are partnered with and operated by Accord Productions, a leading South Florida based video and multi-media production company founded in 1988. Partners at The Beach Channel include: Max Wyler & Rocky Wyler founders of Accord Productions and Accord Properties; Randy Kassewitz; and NFL/former MIami Dolphins€™ Jimmy Cefalo and Brenda Bassett, owners of Cefalo-Bassett, LLC / Eat This. Drink That. Go!

The Beach Channel is an Internet-based broadcast Television Network providing viewers with a FREE Over-The-Air broadcast television experience on their TV and web-connected TV devices.

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