Pierce County Television(PCTV) tells these stories. From the common to the extraordinary, we spotlight and highlight the people and activities of local government so you can see and participate in the process. PCTV's programming includes unedited, gavel-to-gavel meeting coverage; original news; public affairs and community affairs and other locally produced programs and specials.
Where To Watch
Comcast Cable - channel 22
Rainier Connect - channel 22/522 HD (Tacoma, UP)
channel 20/513 (Puyallup, Graham, Eatonville)
Live video stream - PCTV Website and Mobile APP
Video on Demand - on Comcast
PCTV Programming Members
PCTV is a service of the Rainier Communications Commission (RCC), a cooperative organization of cities and towns in Pierce County and the County of Pierce. The RCC was formed through an interlocal agreement in 1992 to address telecommunications policy and issues.
PCTV currently produces programming for and about seven RCC members:
All programming members are invited to televise their council meetings, providing open and transparent government for their citizens. The meetings are also archived on the PCTV website.
Megan Hutton, General ManagerMegan oversees the operations of Pierce County Television and the Rainier Communications Commission. She also produces video projects for government agencies and other clients. Meeting new people and going behind the scenes of stories is her favorite part of the job. Megan came to PCTV in 2004 with an Emmy from KING 5 Evening Magazine. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Pacific Lutheran University.
Gregg McClellan, Production CoordinatorGregg leads the production team and coordinates council meeting coverage. He is a videographer and editor for various PCTV productions. Gregg enjoys sharing the wonderful variety of stories about Pierce County and its citizens. He came to PCTV after nearly two decades in local broadcast television and has been with PCTV for over 25 years. Gregg is an Emmy award winner for feature news videography and has been recognized with awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and NATOA.
Jeremy Acree, Producer, Videographer, Editor
Jeremy is a Swiss Army Knife of TV production. He directs live broadcasts, works as producer, creates motion graphics, and also shoots and edits video. He is an expert in Premiere Pro, and a member of the Pierce County’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Communications Committee as well as the Pierce County Crisis Communications Team. He earned a Bachelor’s of Art degree in Video Communication from Central Washington University under the tutelage of Robert Fordan. Jeremy got his start in TV as a director at KIMA-TV in Yakima.
Peter Gudmunson, Producer, Videographer, Editor
Peter is a video producer and videographer for Pierce County TV. He loves working in a creative environment and using media to tell stories that are important to the community. Peter began his career at Thurston Community Media, worked at MetroEast Community Media and Green River College, then transitioned to his current position at PCTV in 2022. He has been recognized with awards by the Alliance for Community Media and the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations.
David Kellman, Director, Videographer, Editor
Dave thrives on creativity and has been visual storytelling in the Northwest for more than two decades. He enjoys all aspects of the craft including shooting, directing, and editing. In addition to PCTV, Dave has also worked with TVW, KBTC, and TV Tacoma. Throughout the years Dave has collected several first place NATOA awards and has been nominated for a handful of regional EMMY awards.
Sue Merritt, Operations & ProgrammingSue schedules the programming, prepares the playback for the PCTV cable channel and updates the website and mobile APP with video files for streaming. She came from the regulatory and administrative side of PCTV and now applies her attention to detail and multi-tasking to operations and production. Sue loves working with computers and the variety of tasks each day keeps the job exciting. She has been with PCTV for over 25 years.
Ben Ramsey, Engineering & Production
Ben wears many hats at PCTV - from researching and installing equipment to offering technical and creative support for video production, every day is never quite the same. He loves working alongside great people and helping to create award winning productions. Ben came to PCTV in 2004 from the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, WA. He has an Associates of Arts Degree in Media Design and Production from Clover Park Technical College.
Tonya Reichl, Administrative Assistant
Tonya manages the accounts payable and receivable for PCTV and the Rainer Communications Commission. Tonya works with the Pierce County Finance Department accounting system, bookkeeping and the budget. She has 20 years of accounting experience in the private sector and is excited to work with the PCTV team.