South King Media creates and produces award-winning
Local Blogs, Podcasts, Email Newsletters and Film/Video!
Some of our more recent work includes:
- SoKing News, regular local News/Podcasts from our blog network (hear our Podcasts here, or read more here)! We were awarded a grant from J-Lab and we now produce daily Podcasts.
- Ongoing, award-winning reporting via six local blogs for the south King County communities of Burien, Des Moines, White Center, Normandy Park and SeaTac.
- The Maury Island Incident, a short film – based on declassified FBI documents – about a 1947 UFO encounter. Available to view online here.
- A fundraising documentary video on homelessness for Seattle non-profit DESC.
- Numerous freelance/contract film/video production work for companies like Microsoft, Puget Sound Energy, RealNetworks and more (see a demo reel here).
On May 19, 2012, The B-Town Blog was awarded “Best Hyperlocal Website” in the Northwest by the Society of Professional Journalists for the second consecutive year! Read more here.
As of Dec. 31, 2015, our combined “circulation” for our region for 2015 was 114,082 Uniques per month (+37% over 2014) and 316,524 Pageviews per month (+108% over 2014), as per Google Analytics.
We publish six local blogs for the South King County area in Washington State, where we serve up the latest local news, events, arts, entertainment, discussion forums and more to a population of over 142,000 people.
Also check out our innovative and affordable advertising solutions, or the latest stories from our sites in the sidebar to the right.
Founded in 2007 and run by three-time National Emmy Award winner Scott Schaefer (Bill Nye the Science Guy, Penn & Teller:Bullsh*t!, The Arsenio Hall Show, Almost Live! and many others), South King Media works on the cutting edge of media creation and delivery. With his wife Theresa acting as Sales Manager, this is a true Mom-and-Pop internet/film production business!
“I have to say I’m amazed at what you’re doing up there. Aside from Apple, this is the most impressive business going right now. You have a good eye on the future, I think. I hope you become a tycoon! Best of luck! ”
– Mike Harney, TV Producer