Northwest Cable News is a regional 24-hour cable news network based in Seattle, Washington, U.S. It is similar to New England Cable News, which operates out of Boston and covers the New England area.
The service is owned by Belo, and operates out of the KING-TV building in Downtown Seattle.
NWCN covers news in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. It is available to 2.9 million cable TV and over-the-air users in those principal states, and, to a lesser degree, California, Alaska, and Montana.
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