Seattle Channel Programs Win Regional Emmy awards
SEATTLE -Seattle’s municipal cable channel has won two Emmy awards for locally-produced television shows, an achievement that highlights the Seattle Channel’s outstanding civic and cultural programming.
The Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honored the shows “City A Go-Go” and “Community Stories.”
“City A Go-Go,” produced and hosted by Nancy Guppy and shot and edited by Valerie Vozza, won best Entertainment Special or Series. “City A Go-Go” is a five-minute monthly show featuring art exhibits and unique entertainment in the Seattle area. The program hopes to draw viewers out of their living rooms and into Seattle’s many art venues.
“Community Stories,” produced by Shannon Gee and directed by David Russo, won best Video Effects for its opening sequence. “Community Stories” focuses on the inspirational residents, culture and histories tucked within Seattle’s many different communities.
“These awards recognize the depth of talent, commitment and creativity at the Seattle Channel,” said Mayor Greg Nickels. “Everyday, the Seattle Channel does a wonderful job of connecting people to the events and issues that make this such a dynamic and diverse city.”
The Seattle Channel provides in-depth coverage of City Hall as well as unique arts and entertainment programming. The Seattle Channel is on cable channel 21. All meetings and programs are available to viewers on-line. To watch any of our programs, including our Emmy award winning shows, visit our Web site at www.seattlechannel.org.
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