Seattle's major daily newspapers are the evening The Seattle Times and the morning Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Seattle is also the headquarters for several weekly, biweekly, or monthly publications appealing to ethnic groups, such as Northwest Asian Weekly, and Korea Central Daily. Slate, an online publication developed by Microsoft, is based in Seattle.
All major television networks have affiliates in Seattle, and cable service is available. More than 30 AM and FM radio stations are based in Seattle, providing music, news, and features; other stations broadcast from neighboring communities.
Media Information: The Seattle Times, 1120 John St., Seattle, WA 98109; telephone (206)264-2111; Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 101 Elliott Ave. W., Seattle WA 98119; telephone (206)464-2111
City of Seattle home page. Available www.pan.ci.seattle.wa.us
enterpriseSeattle. Available www.edc-sea.org
Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Available www.seattlechamber.com
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce. Available www.djc.com
Seattle-King County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Available www.seeseattle.org
Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Available seattlep-i.com
Seattle Public Library. Available www.spl.org
Seattle Public Schools. Available www.seattleschools.org
Seattle Times. Available seattletimes.nwsource.com
Washington State Tourism home page. Available www.tourism.wa.gov
Dillard, Annie, The Living (New York: HarperCollins, 1992)
Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl, Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Historical Guide to the Architects (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994)
Rex-Johnson, Braiden, and Paul Souders, Inside the Pike Place Market: Exploring America's Favorite Farmer's Market (Seattle, Wa.: Sasquatch Books, 1999)