Seattle Channel Honored with NW Emmy Nominations

Congratulations to the Seattle Channel for receiving a dozen Northwest Regional Emmy Award nominations! The municipal TV station that is part of Seattle IT got the news Friday from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The awards highlight the diverse group of the channel’s shows:

The nominations came in several categories including arts and entertainment, health and science, public affairs, politics/government, and editing and reporting.

Seattle Channel’s Interim General Manager Shannon Gee was pleased the channel was recognized for its commitment to quality journalism. “These nominations underscore the role of the station’s in-depth coverage designed to help residents stay informed, engaged and connected to their changing city. I applaud our talented team for its dedication to excellence in local programming,” said Gee.

Here is a full list of the nominations:

Environmental – Feature/Segment
Nube 9: Ian Devier, producer/photographer/editor

Arts/Entertainment – Feature/Segment
Humaira Abid: Christopher Barnes, producer/photographer/editor

Arts/Entertainment – Program/Special
Art Zone with Nancy Guppy: For the Love of Vinyl: Nancy Guppy, host/senior producer; Sheila Mullen, producer; Vincent Pierce, director/photographer; Peggy Lycett, editor

Health/Science – Feature/Segment
KO Parkinson’s: Randy Eng, producer/photographer/editor

Health/Science – Program Special
CityStream: Mobile Dentistry & Music Therapy: Norm Ohashi, senior producer; Ian Devier, producer/photographer/editor; Randy Eng, producer/photographer/editor; Mona Locke, host/reporter; Shannon Gee, executive producer

Informational/Instructional – Feature/Segment
From Syria to Seattle: Josephine Cheng, reporter/producer, Brett Whitney, photographer/editor

Public/Current/Community Affairs – Feature/Segment
Rapid Entry Rescue Swimmers: Ian Devier, producer/photographer/editor

Public/Current/Community Affairs – Program Special
City Inside/Out: Safe Injection Sites?: Susan Han, senior producer;  Brian Callanan, host/producer; Matt Peterson, photographer/editor