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Seattle Channel wins four Regional Emmy Awards

Seattle Channel is the recipient of four Northwest Regional Emmy Awards for public-affairs, arts and environmental programming and an interview special. The winning programs covered topics ranging from safe injection sites to a tribute to the vinyl music format. The city-operated station was recognized Saturday, June 9, at the Northwest… [ Keep reading ]

Election coverage roundup

The deadline for the fall ballot is fast approaching! Still not sure about some races in the Nov. 7 general election? Here’s a rundown of our in-depth election programming, most of which is featured on our weekly public-affairs show City Inside/Out with host Brian Callanan. Candidates for mayor, City Council, city attorney… [ Keep reading ]

Roundup of our election coverage

Election Day is nearly here! Still need to break out that ballot but have some last-minute questions? Here’s a rundown of our fall general election programming, including coverage of the candidates and key issues at the state, regional and local levels. Should Washington raise its minimum wage, approve the nation’s first… [ Keep reading ]

Callanan receives Municipal League’s Civic Award for government reporting

We’re thrilled to announce Seattle Channel’s public affairs host Brian Callanan is the recipient of the Municipal League’s 2016 Government News Reporting of the Year award. Callanan will receive the award at the Muni League’s 57th Annual Civic Awards, Thursday, April 28. The Civic Awards recognizes the accomplishments of elected officials,… [ Keep reading ]

Wage theft in Seattle

One of my favorite movies of all time is “Raising Arizona,” a Coen brothers classic. There’s a scene a few minutes in where Nicolas Cage’s character picks up his check at the payment window and then looks at the clerk, a large lady with a cigarette and an intense Southern… [ Keep reading ]

Homeless in Seattle

From my vantage point in the Seattle Channel’s basement studio at City Hall, the holidays always seem to come early. The City Council has wrestled over the budget and voted to approve it, and the mayor has signed it. So what’s really left to do before the start of the… [ Keep reading ]