King County and King County Library System collaborate on new cable television program

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Terry Tazioli
Starting with Wednesday's program, King County and King County Library System are collaborating on a monthly cable television program on King County TV

“King County Reads” features local stories on books, digital reading, libraries and authors

The 30-minute, monthly show will air beginning Wednesday May 2, 2018, 9pm on local KCTV Channel 22/322 HD. It will repeat on Sundays at 7:30pm, Wednesdays at 9pm, and Fridays at 12pm.

“King County Reads” episodes will be taped at many of the 48 community libraries throughout the area. The program showcases topics related to reading, including author interviews, library programs, digital reading resources and book recommendations.

Terry Tazioli is the host of the new program. He is currently a PR Specialist at the University Book Store in Seattle. Terry served as host for other public affairs shows focusing on reading, including, Washington State TVW’s programs, “Author’s Hour” and “Well Read.” Previous to that, Tazioli served as the Lifestyle and Travel Editor for The Seattle Times for more than 22 years.

Websites for King County and KCLS will have additional dates, times and videos of the episodes. Links to the shows may also be posted on KCTV and KCLS social media channels after each episode airs.


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