The City of Seattle’s government-access station Seattle Channel was recognized on June 4, at the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Emmy Awards ceremony. The awards show was held in person for the first time since 2019 at Fremont Studios in Seattle.
An episode of “City Inside/Out,” diving into police reform, won an Emmy in the interview/discussion category. It was produced by Susan Han.
Other AAPI winners in the Seattle market include the following:
- Deedee Sun, Breaking News category — Storming the Governor’s Mansion
Reporter, Diversity Equity Inclusion – News category — Western Washington Gets Real
- Monique Ming Laven, Anchor – News category
- Ryan Barber, Graphic Artist; Hard News Report category: Horror, Heroics and Heartache Art Director; Children/Youth/Teens category: Wildlife: Day in the Life of a Keeper
- Dale Hazapis, Graphic Artist; Children/Youth/Teens category: Wildlife: Day in the Life of a Keeper
- Erin Liu, Photographer; News Promotion – Campaign category — The KING 5 Investigators