SCCtv bids "A Fond Farewell" to outgoing President Barack Obama and outgoing First Lady, Michelle Obama. SCCtv will present a variety of speeches and appearances beginning at 1:00AM Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. SCCtv broadcasts in Seattle on Comcast Ch 28, Wave Ch 19, and streams live everywhere at...
Seattle Colleges' 44th Community Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. took place at Mt. Zion Baptist Church on Friday, January 13, 2017. Click this headline for broadcast information and to watch the event on-demand..
Forty Five years ago this spring, a handful of students made their voices heard, creating change within the Seattle Community College district. One of those students, Al Sugiyama, went on to become a significant figure of positive change in our community. With Al's recent passing , w...
If you have a minute, please watch this message from Seattle Colleges' Chancellor, Dr. Shouan Pan about the College's ongoing commitment to students in the wake of the elections. Click this headline for the message.
Take a look at what we've got scheduled to air on SCCtv, Comcast Ch 28 / Wave Broadband Ch19!. Or watch you can watch our broadcast streamed live, right here on the Web! Click this headline to see what's playing!
North Seattle College is holding a memorial to mark the anniversary of last year's tragic accident on the Aurora bridge and to honor those killed and injured. The memorial took place Friday, September 23, 2016. Click this headline to watch the memorial on-demand.
Your guide and teacher on this nostalgic trip into schlock cinema is Professor Fred Hopkins. Read More
FREE PROGRAMMING for COLLEGE and UNIVERSITY TELEVISION STATIONS! SCCtv has created hours of great programming that we offer to any college or university television station free! Click for more information.
Become a Producer for Seattle Community Media Do you have an idea for a television program? Maybe it can help inform your community? Or you might be passionate about something and need to tell everyone? Become a Public Access television producer on Seattle Community Media! It's easy! SCCtv became operator of the City of Seattle's Public Access channel, Seattle Community Media, Comcast Channel 77, in July 2011. Visit the Seattle Community Media website to see how you can use Public Access to get in touch with your community.
Taking a Placement Test? - If you're planning to attend any of the Seattle Colleges, you'll take a placement test, called the COMPASS test. You'll learn which course levels in math and English you should begin with. But don't take the COMPASS cold! Brushing up on your skills will lead to proper placement and improve your chances at success in college. The Seattle Colleges have created a great website full of resources to help you brush up your skills before taking the test. Check it out!
Did You Know? - There are lots of free online resources to help you with various aspects of your education. Here are just a few links to tutorials, speeches, lectures and other educational material from several organizations, including colleges and universities, around the world:
EIGHT CANDID AND ENGAGING HALF-HOUR PORTRAITS: Jim Whittaker, mountain climber, and his wife, Dianne Roberts, photographer; Stefani Smith, fisher for crabs in the Bering Sea; Pat Wright, singer; Dr. Merrill Spencer, inventor of life saving technologies; Scott Oki, former Microsoft marketer, now philanthropist; Emmett Watson, columnist; Theodore Roethke, poet; George Tsutakawa, artist. Produced under the auspices of EmmyÔäó Award-winning filmmaker Jean Walkinshaw. more
Professor Fred wasn't really born. He was spontaneously hatched out of some old film cannisters containing the 1949 film, Bela Lugosi Meets A Brooklyn Gorilla. He made 8mm home movies as a kid and graduated into starring in a 1988 feature about the Seattle punk scene, The Rock'n'Roll Mobster Girls (Donna Michelle Video), also starring Jim Rose. more
Centuries of Great Music
Centuries of Great Music
SCCtv has recorded for your viewing pleasure Orchestra Seattle/Seattle Chamber Singers' 2007-2008 season, Centuries of Great Music. The eight-concert series features works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Mahler, Mendelssohn, and more. more
I Remember Seattle
I Remember Seattle
"I Remember Seattle." A rediscovery of what made us one of America's most livable cities. Told by the people who saw it change.... who made it change. more