WARNER HANSON TELEVISION (WHTV) is a respected and award-winning producer of documentaries, films, original series and features.
Their work has been seen on public television stations, major broadcast & cable networks, museums, and film festivals across the globe.
WHTV has filmed in some of the world’s most remote and extreme areas, creating quality and stunning programs on the subjects of food, lifestyle, wildlife, natural history, agriculture & the environment.
WHTV has won numerous awards and recognition for its work, including several Emmy nominations, TASTE Award, multiple CINE Golden Eagle Awards, three James Beard Foundation Awards, White House News Photographers Association Awards and Telly Awards, as well as top prize at many film festivals, including NY Film Festival, Chicago Film Festival, and Festival dei Popoli Jury Award.
WHTV’s work has been praised and featured in a variety of national publications including Food & Wine Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Food Arts, Washington Post, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Seattle Times, Chow, CNN, Los Angeles Times, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and others.
WHTV has been highly praised for their recent groundbreaking green travel/cooking series Chefs A' Field (PBS) and for their recent special, The American Chef (A&E) featuring the world's top chefs.
In 2012, WHTV teamed with KCTS-Television to produce the acclaimed and popular OVER HAWAII, the first installment in the "New" OVER series.
Warner Hanson Television was founded in 2000 and is based in Washington, D.C.
KCTS is a leader in producing quality high definition television programming and is noted as one of public television's most popular and established producers of national travel, food, and arts programming.
KCTS's programs are distributed worldwide.
SEATTLE PBS station KCTS 9 serves more than 2 million viewers each week in Seattle and across Canada, producing and presenting quality information and entertainment programs that reflect its mission to INFORM, INVOLVE, and INSPIRE.
KCTS/Seattle is a leader in digital and HD technology.
Its productions and co-productions include Emmy winner The Perilous Fight: America’s World War II in Color, Inside Passage, The Video Game Revolution, three-time James Beard Foundation Award winner Chefs A’ Field and Chihuly Over Venice, the first HD program to be broadcast nationally.