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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 ]

Seattle Channel wins five Northwest Emmy Awards

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… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel receives 17 Northwest Emmy Nominations

Seattle Channel is honored to receive 17 Northwest Regional Emmy Award nominations from the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). The nominations were announced Friday night and highlight the quality of two longtime Seattle Channel series, feature magazine show CityStream and arts program Art… [ Keep reading ]

Law enforcement and Lt. Gov. at April Civic Cocktail

It’s public safety and politics at the April Civic Cocktail. The region’s top cops, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best and King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknecht, along with Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib will join host Joni Balter, 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 3, at the Palace Ballroom, 2100 5th Ave. Doors open at 5:30… [ Keep reading ]

Gov. Inslee and state political party chairs at March Civic Cocktail

UPDATE: Tickets are sold out. As lawmakers reach the state legislative session’s midpoint, Civic Cocktail will focus on Washington politics. Gov. Jay Inslee and state political party chairs Caleb Heimlich (R) and Tina Podlodowski (D) will join host Joni Balter, 6 p.m., Wednesday, March 6, at the Palace Ballroom, 2100 5th Ave. Doors… [ Keep reading ]

Rick Steves and Council members at sold out Civic Cocktail, Feb. 6

From the rise and fall of fascism in Europe to the changing local political landscape, the February Civic Cocktail is sure to cover a lot of ground. Nationally known travel show host and guidebook author Rick Steves and three Seattle City Council veterans who have announced they won’t seek re-election will… [ Keep reading ]