One of EYM TV's goals is to build a foundation that is youth-led and supported by parents and community members so that young media makers can mobilize together to create a sustainable foundation for the future, and to create a collective voice in their community. EYM-TV offers the youth and the public a wide range of programming primarily designed to show the community the how's and why's of local government. It links the public with city government officials in a forum that gives access to the process in an effort to encourage participation in the decisions of their government. Our mission is to provide the Seattle King County community viewing area with timely, accurate, and complete government information through online. Our vision is to connect the local community with the local government providing government and community news and information to Seattle and King County residents through online programming.
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Welcome to Ethio Edits ! Ethio Digital and IT Services (EDITS) is an independent professional organization.
Official Website: http://www.ethioedits.com/
The Ethiopian Community Mutual Association(ECMA) has been an operational agency for the refugees and immigrants of Ethiopia and African descents in Seattle since 1983. It was organized by a group of immigrants who volunteered their time, energy and financial resources to assist their fellow Ethiopians during hard times. This noble beginning developed until the organization officially registered as a 501(C)3 non-profit organization under the laws of the State of Washington. ECMA is an equal opportunity community organization and makes no discrimination between ethnic, colors, sex, political or religious beliefs of the members it serves.
Official Website: http://ecseattle.org/
Seattle Community Access Network (SCAN) is one of the Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable tv channels in Seattle, Washington. The station provides camera equipment, TV studios and training that allow residents of King County to create and cablecast their own television shows for a small fee. The station is carried on Comcast and Broadstripe cable systems in King County and the greater Puget Sound region except for 6 cities covered by Puget Sound Access.
Official Website: www.seattle.gov/cable/publicaccesstv.htm
Seattle Parks and Recreation will work with all citizens to be good stewards of our environment, and to provide safe and welcoming opportunities to play, learn, contemplate, and build community.
Offical Website: www.seattle.gov/parks/