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 been celebrating the achievements of […]
Seattle Channel is the recipient of two Northwest Regional Emmy Awards in the Interview/Discussion and Short-form Arts/Entertainment categories. The awards were for a program that focused on police reform and a profile of a fashion designer who, early in the pandemic, began creating colorful, highly sought-after face masks. The City of Seattle’s government-access station was recognized Saturday, […]
Seattle Channel is honored to receive ten Northwest Regional Emmy Award nominations from the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). Nominated programs were in a broad range of categories including business/consumer, arts/entertainment, historical/cultural, sports, public affairs, and interview/discussion. The team was also recognized in the Editor craft category. Seattle Channel received a nomination for Overall Excellence, where the station will compete for this top accolade with some of the region’s best commercial and pub
Seattle Channel won 30 Government Programming Awards, including seven awards of excellence and 13 awards of distinction, at the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) annual conference and virtual awards ceremony this week.
Seattle Channel is the recipient of a Northwest Regional Emmy Award for a program that aired in May 2020 zeroing in on healthcare in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seattle Channel is honored to receive 16 Northwest Regional Emmy Award nominations from the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). Nominations were received in a wide range of categories including health/science, politics/government, arts/entertainment, and human interest.
Ballots for the Aug. 6 primary election are arriving in mailboxes this week, and with the launch of the 2019 primary election Video Voters’ Guide, voters can hear directly from the candidates seeking to represent them. In all, the guide features 76 short video statements from candidates for Seattle and King County elected offices and […]
Seattle Channel General Manager Shannon Gee is the recipient of a national award recognizing her dedication to foster culturally diverse community-driven content. Gee accepted the Jewell Ryan-White Award for Cultural Diversity at the Alliance for Community Media’s (ACM) annual conference in Portland, Ore., July 11. ACM is an educational and advocacy organization which represents public-, […]
The legacy of redlining has cast a long shadow on how Seattle has developed and continues to evolve. Beginning in the 1930s, racial discrimination in mortgage lending “redlined” areas on government maps. Boundaries were drawn using various types of criteria to assess risk, including race. The practice kept people of color out of neighborhoods in […]
Seattle Channel is the recipient of five Northwest Regional Emmy Awards for arts, sports, and historical/cultural programming, as well as an interview special and a promotional campaign. The winning programs offered an inspiring look at the Special Olympics USA games in Seattle, a glimpse into the past with a poignant portrait of Japanese-American WWII veterans, […]