News from SCCtv 2014
New Years Schlockin Eve (12.19.14)
Spend New Year's Eve with SCCtv! Watch us for a special New Year countdown! It's Professor Fred's Movie Marvels New Year's Schlockin' Eve!!!! Starts at 7:30pm, Wednesday night, Dec 31st on SCCtv, Comcast Ch 28, Wave Broadband Ch 19!!
Broadway Pride, A Video History of Broadway High School (05.23.14)
Broadway Pride is the story of Seattle's first high school, told by those who learned in its classrooms and walked its halls. A project of the Broadway High School Alumni Association, Broadway Prides broadcast debut is tomorrow, Saturday, May 24 at 8pm on SCCtv, Comcast Channel 28/Wave Broadband Channel 19. For those who live outside Seattle, watch the live simulcast at scctv.net.
Broadway High School once stood at the corner of Broadway and Pine. While Broadway Performance Hall is the only physical structure remaining of the high school, find out how the schools spirit lives on in Seattle Central College. And learn why this school, which closed following World War II, remains an important part of Seattle's history.
For more information on the program visit SCCtvs website.
SCCtv now broadcasts THREE television stations!
On December 4, SCCtv began providing the broadcasting and streaming services for City Colleges of Spokane's educational television station, CCStv. CCStv was at risk of losing their station due to financial issues.
SCCtv staff were able to engineer a solution using our existing equipment to help them save their channel and continue serving their community's educational programming needs. Their stations programming is now served from SCCtv. CCStv is the third television station operated by SCCtv, along with our own channel and Seattles public access channel, Seattle Community Media.
With this new solution possible, SCCtv has devised an inexpensive solution we hope to make available to other at-risk stations.
SCCtv General Manager, John Sharify, Participates in NBCs Poverty Project (01.13.14)
SCCtvs John Sharify will be one of a small group of journalists from around the US participating in NBCs "Poverty in America: Reporting the Story" event on Thursday, January 9th. The event will be streamed live from Washington DCs Newseum at InPlainSight.NBCNews.com.
Sharify was chosen to participate based on his commitment to covering issues of poverty and economic struggle. He will take part in a high-profile public discussion moderated by NBC News anchor Brian Williams. The event coincides with the one-year anniversary of the NBC News "In Plain Sight: Poverty in America" reporting initiative and with the 50 year anniversary of LBJs declaration of the "war on poverty.""We were looking for the best local TV news reporters in the country who was committed to covering poverty and economic struggle," said Barbara Raab, Senior Producer, NBC News "In Plain Sight: Poverty in America" reporting initiative. "We found him: John Sharify is the perfect person to talk about covering these stories."
In addition to the reporting across all NBC News platforms, the "In Plain Sight" project has held internal editorial sessions for NBC News staff on topics including hunger in America, efforts among fast food and retail workers to improve wages and working conditions, and long-term unemployment among older workers.
You can watch the program streamed live at 7:30pm, Thursday, January 9, at InPlainSight.NBCNews.com.