“Inside Vegas,” a unique new behind the scenes look at tough local issues and how they are navigated in the city of Las Vegas, is scheduled to premiere on Thursday, June 20, via the GoVegas app and on the Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV platforms.
Season one of “Inside Vegas” follows three stories from beginning to end including a massage parlor suspected of prostitution, a nonprofit club that gets in trouble with law enforcement and the saga of party houses and short-term rental enforcement in the city. “Inside Vegas” will take viewers behind the curtain of city government to see how the City Council, staff and citizens work together and are sometimes at odds on issues that affect the community and the resolutions that are reached.
Season one of “Inside Vegas” will include three episodes that take viewers through the twists and turns of three real-life situations that occurred in our community. All three episodes will be available on the streaming platforms on June 20. “Inside Vegas” will also air on KCLV Channel 2, the city’s government access TV station, beginning on July 1.
“Inside Vegas” is produced by the city of Las Vegas Office of Communications and features the elected officials, city staff and citizens who work together in our community every day to resolve issues. To find “Inside Vegas” and additional city programming on streaming search “GoVegas.”