Pierce County Television takes home 17 awards at national conference | Pierce County TV

Each year, the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) holds an awards banquet to honor the best in government television programming. Pierce County TV (PCTV) took home 17 awards at the 2016 event, including three first-place finishes and three second-place awards.

Each year, the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) holds an awards banquet to honor the best in government television programming. Pierce County TV (PCTV) took home 17 awards at the 2016 event, including three first-place finishes and three second-place awards.

“At PCTV, we are proud of the high-quality programming we produce for the citizens of Pierce County and having that guiding vision rewarded at the national level gives us a real feeling of accomplishment,” said Dave Hinman, PCTV’s general manager. “Every member of this team comes in daily with an eye toward making better television than they did the day before, and it shows with this collection of Government Programming Awards.”

The categories and awards are:

Documentary

First Place,” Chambers Bay: Making History

Interview/Talk Show

Third Place, “Pierce County Talks”

Public Education

First Place, “Sumner Traffic Trouble

Second Place, “Metro Animal Services

Public Service Announcement

First Place, “Tacoma Symphony PSA

Honorable Mention, “South Sound Magazine PSA

Community Awareness

Second Place, “The Trails of Pierce County

Honorable Mention, “Van Lierop Farm/Step By Step

Honorable Mention, “Fife Swim Team

Programming Excellence

Second Place, PCTV

Sports Programming

Honorable Mention, “US Open Special: The Championship Days

Government Access Station website

Honorable Mention, “Pierce County Television website

Public Information Series

Honorable Mention, “Meet the Farmer

Public/Community Meetings

Honorable Mention, Pierce County Council”

Profile of City/County Department

Honorable Mention, “Family Drug Court

Edited Community Event Coverage

Honorable Mention, “US Open Special from Spectator Square

Municipal Channel Promotion

Honorable Mention, “PCTV Sizzle Reel

PCTV is the government access channel for Pierce County and some of its cities and towns, under the direction of the Rainier Communications Commission. PCTV is available on channels 22/522HD on the Click! cable system, channel 22 on Comcast, and channel 20 on Rainier Connect. Programming is available on demand at www.piercecountytv.org and on the PCTV mobile app.

 

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