University of Washington Television
|University of Washington Television|
University of Washington Television (UWTV) is an educational television service from the University of Washington (UW), originating from Seattle. Through online and mobile distribution formats, UWTV serves as an ambassador to the scholarship, discoveries and breakthrough science of the nation’s top ranked public research university, and also showcases campus culture, from sports to student activities. Programs are available online through video on demand and podcasting at uwtv.org, as well as YouTube and iTunes U.
Since its inception as a linear cable television channel in 1994, UWTV has received numerous regional and national awards for excellence in production and programming content created by UWTV's on-campus television professionals. By 2000 the station was available by cable in several cities.
In 1999 YES-TV operated by the Yakima Valley Technical Skills Center, created a new $1.2 million dollar studio and entered an agreement to have its programs broadcast by UWTV.
In 2000 UWTV, which had been available via cable in much of the state for a decade, began broadcasting over cable in Tacoma. In 2017, UWTV discontinued its linear cable television channel, preferring to focus on its website.
In 2000, The News Tribune reported that the bulk of the channel's programming was broadcasts of lectures and seminars. It televised major events at the University, such as the 2008 appearance of the Dalai Lama.
The first live video from the sea floor of the Strait of Juan de Fuca was broadcast by UWTV in 2005, showing live view of the 700 °F (371 °C) geothermaly heated waters under study by UW oceanographers John Delaney and Deborah Kelley, as part of the Visions 2005 expedition.
In 2014, UWTV and Diane Duthweiler won a Northwest Emmy for the Historic/Cultural feature "Cold War Spy Talks". In 2017, UWTV, Cara Podenski, Eric Chulder, and Lionel Flynn won a Northwest Emmy for "BrainWorks: Exercise and the Brain" in the Health/Science program category.
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- Pohlig, Coleen (2 November 1999). "YES-TV Goes Through UW Channels -- UWTV partnership offers programming for viewers, programs for student learning". Yakima Herald-Republic. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
- "Sad to see UWTV leave television | HeraldNet.com". HeraldNet.com. 2016-12-26. Retrieved 2018-04-20.
- Tu, Janet (23 March 2008). "Tibetan's appeal transcends politics, religion: 153,000 to attend | Compassion is focus of free, 5-day event". The Dalai Lama in Seattle. Seattle Times. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
- Doughton, Sandi (September 28, 2005), "Live video broadcast to feature seafloor off Washington coast", The Seattle Times
- Visions 2005, University of Washington, 2005
- Nominations and Recipients; 2011 - 48th Annual Emmy Awards (Microsoft Word), Northwest Emmy Awards, 2011
- Nominations and Recipients; 2014 - 51st Annual Emmy Awards (Microsoft Word), Northwest Emmy Awards, 2014
- Nominations and Recipients; 2017 - 54th Annual Emmy Awards (Microsoft Word), Northwest Emmy Awards, 2017
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