|NWCN: Northwest Cable News|
| Serves: Pacific Northwest, United States|
Primary studio: Seattle, Washington
|Branding||Northwest Cable News|
|Slogan||Northwest News & Weather, 24 Hours a Day|
|Channels|| Analog: various |
|Founded||December 18, 1995|
|Call letters' meaning||NorthWest Cable News|
|Website||Northwest Cable News' Website|
Northwest Cable News is a regional 24-hour TV news network based in Seattle, Washington. It's similar to New England Cable News, which operates out of the Boston area & covers the New England states.
The service is owned by Belo Corp. & operates out of the KING-TV building in Downtown Seattle.
NWCN covers news in Washington, Oregon & Idaho. It's available to 2.9 million cable users in those principal states & to a lesser degree, California, Alaska & Montana.
The network uses material from co-owned stations KING, KGW in Portland, Oregon, KTVB in Boise, Idaho & KREM in Spokane, Washington. Content-sharing agreements are in place with several other stations.
The network features news & weather programming throughout the day, + NorthWest Sports Tonight each evening & Gardening with Ciscoe LIVE each Friday. The network re-airs Evening Magazine from sister-station KING-TV each evening. Also from KING-TV, High School GameTime, Up Front with Robert Mak, Gardening with Ciscoe (different from the live show) & Northwest Backroads re-air each weekend.
Some of the network's programming airs on 24/7 in Boise, a division of sister KTVB.
Northwest Cable News is also available on the C-Band 4Dtv system on AMC 10, VCN 581.