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Seattle Channel receives 16 Northwest Emmy nominations

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.

Struggling to pass the time while sheltering in place? Turn the page with these Book Lust recommendations

BY ERIN JONES / SEATTLE CHANNEL MULTIMEDIA INTERN There’s no better way to escape reality than picking up a good book. That’s why the Seattle Channel has put together a list of engaging books for you to read while you shelter in place during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. All featured… [ Keep reading ]

A message to our viewers: Seattle Channel during COVID-19 pandemic

Dear viewers, Thank you all for the steps that you’ve taken to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our region these past few weeks. Our hearts go out to those affected by the coronavirus. These are very challenging times, to say the least, and as the City of Seattle… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel wins National Excellence in Government Programming Award

Municipal TV station recognized with 17 first-place awards in national competition Seattle Channel was named among the best municipal television stations in the nation Thursday night when it received the prestigious Overall Excellence in Government Programming award at the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) annual conference held… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel’s Shannon Gee recognized for award-winning films, leadership

Seattle Channel General Manager Shannon Gee was recognized Thursday night for her more than two decades of creating award-winning documentaries, many of which highlight Seattle’s Asian American community. The International Examiner awarded Gee with a Leadership in Media Community Voice Award, an honor bestowed upon exceptional leaders in the Asian… [ Keep reading ]

Q&A with Nancy Guppy as she celebrates a decade of covering Seattle’s art & music scene

Art Zone with Nancy Guppy kicks off its 10th season, Friday, Sept. 20!

Seattle/King County primary Video Voters’ Guide launches

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… [ Keep reading ]

Shannon Gee recognized for work to foster diverse, community-driven content

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… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle On The Line: Examining the History and Contemporary Impact of Redlining

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… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel’s Susan Han recently became an American citizen. Learn why in this Q & A

BY TYLER SIPE Talented journalist and producer. Passionate community volunteer. Dedicated mother to two children. And now a proud U.S. citizen! Producer Susan Han’s career in local journalism spans nearly 30 years. Her drive to inform the public, engage citizens and generate public debate has never diminished. But it wasn’t… [ Keep reading ]