AAT Television Corporation was established 1993 and launched its first broadcast on March 27, 1995 on Viacom / AT&T Cable (today known as Comcast Cable). The company was founded by a local Seattle resident, who felt the Northwest needed local news and Television programming that catered to Chinese. As the demand for different types of Asian programming increased, so did the company's programming.
During early 2007, the national digital broadcast transition was becoming well known to consumers, AAT TV was able to obtain an individual 24-hour local broadcast TV channel. On October 15, 2007, the station launched its 24-hour program line up on DTV CH:44.3 and Comcast CH:350.
As of today, AAT TV is still the only local 24-hour local Asian Television Broadcaster with DTV and Cable coverage in the Northwest. The station’s extensive coverage is the largest local Asian media outlet. AAT TV is independently owned with all operations and studios located in Seattle, Washington.
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