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About the Channel

Programming on Kent TV21 gives Kent citizens a view of their government at work. Through various types of programs, including meetings, live events, documentaries, talk shows and more, Kent TV21 highlights the government, events, people, places, and services that make up the City. 

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New Programs 

Kent International Festival 2014        

Kent TV21’s cameras traveled to ShoWare center with on-camera hosts Kajal and Tina. The festival is a celebration of Kent's cultural diversity hosts a variety of group, entertainment and activities.


Kent Police West Hill Town Hall Meeting        

Creating a safe community is the focus of the Kent Police. Police Chief Thomas and other police leaders recently met with community members in Kent’s West Hill to discuss community lead policing and ways to keep you and your family safe. The meeting also featured a SWAT demonstration.



Art in Centennial - Summer 2014

Come see what the city's free art gallery has to offer! Meet some of the summer artists.  


Kent Cornucopia Parade 2014        

Royalty, pirates, dancing horses and drill teams…Kent TV21’s coverage of the parade and fun highlights from the annual Kent Cornucopia Festival. Host by Kent Lion, Bill Westcott and Miss Cornucopia 2011, Tina Chen. 




African Culture       

Green River Community College attracts students from all over the world. Earlier this year students from Africa shared their culture with the rest of the student body. Dance, music, traditional attire and foods all made the sharing complete. Students sat down with Kent TV21 to talk about what makes their country and culture unique.




Drug & Alcohol 101 - A Family Conversation Guide

Focused on tools and information to help parents and teens communication more openly about this important topic.


A Salute to Our Veterans

 Veterans are the 21.2 million people who served in the US military in times of war and peace; 1.6 million of which are women. The City of Kent recent renamed one of its streets “Veterans Drive” to commemorate all that have served our country. Kent’s way of saying “Thank You” to our veterans.


Featured Videos






AWARD WINNER: Kent Parks Summer Resident Camp at Camp Waskowitz

Kent TV21 received the 2013 NATOA (National Association of Telecommunications Officers & Advisors) Government Programming 1st Place Award for this video. Helping Change Children's Lives at Camp Waskowitz. Every year Kent Parks Summer Resident Camp at Camp Waskowitz relies on the generosity of volunteers, businesses and the community. Many of our campers attending camp do so on scholarships. 



AWARD WINNER: Calling Kent Home: Tina Chen

Kent TV21 received the 2013 NATOA (National Association of Telecommunications Officers & Advisors) Government Programming Honorable Mention Award for this video. Hear the amazing story of a young woman's journey from China to the US; how she embraced her new country, learned a new language and went on to win Miss Cornucopia 2011. Tina Chen calls Kent home.