Seattle Channel is an award-winning municipal television station that reflects, informs and inspires the community it serves with a local mix of news, analysis, stories and perspectives you won't find anywhere else.
Seattle Channel programming includes series and special features highlighting the diverse civic and cultural landscape of Seattle. The station's compelling, high-quality content includes a weekly public-affairs show; live government meetings and press conferences; in-depth weekly arts coverage; a weekly news/lifestyle magazine show; community features; panel discussions and interviews with local leaders and national figures, including best-selling authors.
Where you can find us
Seattle Channel is on cable television channel 21 on Comcast (321 HD) and Wave (721 HD) to cable subscribers in Seattle. Programming is also available live on the web (www.seattlechannel.org), which includes a robust archive of thousands of programs available on demand.
A government-access cable channel, Seattle Channel is supported by cable-television franchise fees and is a part of the city of Seattle's Department of Information Technology. Programming decisions are based on content and are made independent of the mayor and Seattle City Council.