TV Tacoma receives state historic preservation award

TV Tacoma is being recognized with the Washington State Historic Preservation Officers Award for outstanding achievement in Historic Preservation in the media category. The awards program, in its 19th year, recognizes persons, organizations, and projects that have achieved distinction in the field of historic preservation in Washington.

This year’s winners were noted as exemplifying the spirit, motivation and determination necessary to preserve our state’s heritage for future generations. TV Tacoma is being recognized for programming that highlights the City’s rich heritage and architectural landmarks. The station has produced nearly two-dozen feature length historical programs, including: “Beginnings,” “The Castle on the Hill,” “A Tale of Three Bridges” and many others that emphasize an appreciation for preserving local landmarks.

TV Tacoma can be seen on Channel 12 in Tacoma city limits, on Channel 21 in Pierce County (except University Place) and on channel 85 on Click! Cable TV in University Place. For more information about TV Tacoma, visit .