Everett Government Television
The Everett Channel is a Government Access Cable Channel for the City of Everett. The channel exists to inform, educate, and involve Everett residents in government, civic, and community affairs. It is the goal of the Everett channel to provide a multimedia program service for the City of Everett, its citizens, officials, employees, and the general public. The channel operates 24 hours a day on Channel 21 for Comcast users and Channel 29 for Frontier Communications users. You can also find us on YouTube. Everett channel strives to produce compelling content that informs citizens about City issues, resources and services. The channel works to help citizens get the information they need to engage in civic dialogue, to make civic decisions and participate in the life of the City.
Everett Channel is committed to enhancing the communication between City government and its citizen by producing programming that informs, educates, enlightens and encourages participation in government activities and decision-making. We will strive to be accurate, fair and useful.
Everett Channel is committed to showing transparency in government. We cover public meetings, such as City Council meetings and Planning Commission meetings, public forums, and selected community events.
Everett Channel is committed to providing information about Everett City government and its services and programs. The channel’s community reader board gives information on city departments, government meeting schedules, and community events.
Everett Channel is committed to partnering with local and state agencies to promote civic, social, and cultural awareness. We broadcast programs from other entities such as Legislative Update and Tulalip Tribe.
Candidates for election or re-election to a publicly held office shall not be provided access to Everett Channel or its facilities prior to the election for that office, except in the normal course of their official duties. Candidates may appear on the Everett channel in political candidate forums and video voter guides in which all candidates have equal opportunity to participate.
Copyrights and other Restrictions
Programs containing copyrighted materials may be used in a lawful manner. The ownership and copyright for any program produced by the City shall be held by the City.
Any material which violates federal, state or local law is prohibited. DVDs of public meetings are not the official public record and there shall be no liability for inadvertent erasures or omissions.
The City has complete editorial control over the Everett Channel. Everett Channel is part of the Communications Department and is managed by the Executive Director of Communications and Marketing. The Executive Director of Communications and Marketing executes policy, establishes procedures and determines programming for the Everett Channel. The Video Information Specialist is responsible for the production, acquisition, scheduling and cable casting of programs and production facilities that create programs.