🏆 Seattle Channel wins five Emmys | 🔥 Fire season forecast | 🎹 A minute with local piano legend

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Seattle Channel wins five Emmy Awards!

Seattle Channel staff pose with awards at the Northwest Emmy Awards ceremony.

Seattle Channel is honored to receive five Northwest Regional Emmy Awards. The winning programs offer an inspiring look at the Special Olympics USA games in Seattle, a poignant portrait of Japanese-American WWII veterans, a profile of a local man who powers the sound behind some of rock’s biggest guitarists, a moving story of a Holocaust survivor and a lighthearted marketing campaign.  

Watch winning content


The musical language of Deems Tsutakawa

Deems Tsutakawa plays piano in his home.

"In my parents' generation, I don't think a Japanese American could make a living playing music," says Deems Tsutakawa who has been playing the piano for five decades and comes from a family of legendary Seattle artists.

Take a music break


Fire season forecast, Pride past & present

Smokey Bear mascot stands behind the camera at a taping of Civic Cocktail.

A wildfire forecast with Washington's Commissioner of Public Lands plus reflections on how far the LGBTQ movement has come since Stonewall 50 years ago and how far it has to go were the topics on tap at Civic Cocktail.
Plus, Smokey Bear made a surprise appearance!

Fighting fire and what sparked Pride


Future of Showbox, homeless counts and more on Council Edition

Host Brian Callanan talks with Seattle City Council members Mike O'Brien and Kshama Sawant on Council Edition.

Seattle City Council members Kshama Sawant and Mike O'Brien discuss the future of the Showbox, homeless count questions, impact of backyard cottages, melting the elusive "Seattle Freeze" and more on the June episode of City Inside/Out Council Edition with host Brian Callanan.

Hear from Council members