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Most memorable videos of 2023

From stories about Seattle’s history to visits with local artists and artisans to an investigation into one of today’s most pressing problems, we offer this baker’s dozen of memorable Seattle Channel videos from 2023.

Seattle Channel honored with 31 Government Programming Awards

Seattle Channel, the City of Seattle’s municipal television station, received 31 Government Programming Awards, including five first-place Awards of Excellence, at the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) annual conference awards ceremony this week held in Long Beach, California. The station also took home 17 Awards of Distinction… [ Keep reading ]

Sound and style at Capitol Hill Block Party

Seattleites brought out the best and boldest pieces of their wardrobes this weekend as a bright lineup of musicians took the stage at the 25th Capitol Hill Block Party. Photographer Tatyana Kurepina took portraits of fashion seen on the streets.

Seattle Channel staff recognized with 13 Northwest Emmy nominations

Seattle Channel is honored to receive 13 Northwest Regional Emmy Award nominations from the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS).

Earth Day in the urban jungle

Here in Washington, we live amongst active volcanoes, fortress-like mountain ranges, rainforests, prairies, a glacially-carved fjord estuary, dramatic coasts, and big sky deserts. If we’ve learned anything from our countless nature stories, it’s that we–the people, plants, animals, and fungi of the Pacific Northwest–are all connected. We gathered a few… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrating Black History Month: Meet 10 incredible women making a mark in Seattle

Portraits by Ulysses Curry; Story by Ulysses Curry & Tyler Sipe We are spotlighting the achievements of 10 trailblazing Black women in Seattle this Black History Month. They are making waves in the city’s educational, business, cultural, food, and arts spaces. Their connections to the city are as diverse as… [ Keep reading ]

Rosalie Fish runs for justice

Alice Looney, Renee Davis, Jacqueline Salyers, and Misty Upham were all found dead. In some cases, they went missing first. Law enforcement killed them in others. Each of them, along with the countless other missing and murdered Indigenous women across the U.S., are the reason Rosalie Fish runs with a red… [ Keep reading ]

Video Voters’ Guide is here to help you comb through the candidates & break down the ballot measures.

It might not be a BIG election year, but there are still some very important issues on the ballot, including how future elections might look. We’ve rounded up our election coverage on local and state candidates and issues. So sit back, watch the candidates speak for themselves, and start filling… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrating 20 years of the Seattle Channel

BY ADDY PRATT Break out the sparkling cider and the birthday candles because Seattle Channel is turning 20! As we embark on our third decade, we’d like to look back at where we started and how we – and the world around us – has changed over the past two… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel honored with 25 Government Programming Awards

Seattle Channel won 25 Government Programming Awards, including four Awards of Excellence, at the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) annual conference awards ceremony this week. The station also took home 15 Awards of Distinction and six Awards of Honor for its civic and cultural programming. NATOA has… [ Keep reading ]