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September 27, 2019

We've got some big changes coming soon and you’re definitely going to notice the new In addition to a more modern, sleek appearance, our new site will make it easier for you to watch your favorite KCTS 9 programs across all of your devices — and KCTS 9 Passport members will be able to find and binge hundreds of programs. 

There’s a lot to be excited about, but there are a few features of the new site that we just can’t wait to tell you about. 

Improved Streaming 

The new will feature on-demand video with an updated homepage and television program pages. It’s never been easier to access Passport or watch recently aired television episodes.*

Live TV

You will be able to watch livestreams of our flagship KCTS 9 channel and our KCTS 9 PBS KIDS 24/7 channel. Streams will be freely available in our Greater Seattle broadcast area. KCTS 9 members will be able to log in and stream from anywhere in the United States.*

Suggestions for What to Watch 

Are you a news junkie? Anglophile? History buff? The new will showcase popular programs that you won’t want to miss and recommend new shows based on your viewing choices. You can also track your favorite programs, so you'll never miss an episode.

Easier to Navigate Schedule

Want to know what’s on KCTS 9? Our new and improved schedule page will have all of our shows and descriptions at your fingertips.

Improved Search 

We know it used to be hard to find your way around our site. But our improved search function will connect you with the shows and information you need. 

Make Donations on the Website  

You won’t have to leave to make a donation. On the new site, you will be able to update payment methods for recurring donations, view your transaction history and check on scheduled donations. 

*Unfortunately, streaming and livestreams are limited to United States viewers.

Get Passport now, so you are ready when the new experience launches! Have any questions about these changes? Feel free to reach out to


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Using a VPN can often allow someone outside the country to appear to be in the country and be able to stream programs.  I've personally had this work for me in Europe and in Canada.

When will this happen?