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Smithsonian Channel | A Knowledge & Learning Channel

Smithsonian Channel is a TV broadcaster located in Washington, WA. It’s a knowledge channel that airs programming inspired by the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, research facilities and magazines. This station airs original non-fiction programs on a wide range of historical, scientific and cultural subjects. You can watch the channel online via its video-on-demand collection, updated regularly. See our Smithsonian Channel review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: Smithsonian Channel
Location: Washington, Washington, United States
Genre: Entertainment > Knowledge & Documentary
Website: Smithsonian Channel Homepage

If you want to learn more about Smithsonian Channel than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different channel or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of Smithsonian Channel

Review of Smithsonian Channel
8.5

Streaming

  • Video On Demand

Smithsonian Channel’s rating of 8.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is the channel’s video collection, giving viewers access to watch on demand. However, there’s no Smithsonian Channel live stream available, losing the channel some points. More about our rating method.

Smithsonian Channel is owned by Smithsonian Institution. It is a member of the Smithsonian network.

See how Smithsonian Channel stacks up against other documentary channels in the US.

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9 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

A major earthquake and cataclysmic flood weren't enough to force the people of Petra from their city in the desert. What was the final straw for this great civilization? New Secrets has the answer, Monday at 8. bit.ly/2oxk9CC ... See MoreSee Less

A major earthquake and cataclysmic flood werent enough to force the people of Petra from their city in the desert. What was the final straw for this great civilization? New Secrets has the answer, Monday at 8. http://bit.ly/2oxk9CC

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Look my brother's who knows about Petra!!

Sonia Amelia

13 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

Keeping Dr. King’s Dream Alive
“If we can help somebody as we pass along, then our lives shall not be in vain.” In the year after Dr. Martin Luther King’s murder, the focus was on keeping his message of peace and brotherhood alive. Get inspired by MLK: The Assassination Tapes tonight at 10: bitly.com/KingTapes
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A hero!

Yes very brave to say the least

17 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

It’s not time travel – it’s just The Lost Tapes. We’re going back in time to see the original news broadcasts and archival footage from pivotal moments in history – including the bombing of Pearl Harbor, starting at 9PM. bitly.com/PearlHarborTapes ... See MoreSee Less

It’s not time travel – it’s just The Lost Tapes. We’re going back in time to see the original news broadcasts and archival footage from pivotal moments in history – including the bombing of Pearl Harbor, starting at 9PM. http://bitly.com/PearlHarborTapes

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I blocked a page today because they are dragging up things that only hurt people and not help them. The reason I went 10 years without watching Television is because of how they try to instigate riots.war,and anything else they can to give themselves more to report on. What helps the media the most is war and death. It really does not matter who suffers,dies or struggles. As long as they can make $$$ it is all good.

i have reels of film from the 60's showing ship maneuvers- landings vietnam March 1965, 1969 viet nam and hong kong, off of kodachrome 8mm, from my father who was on the USS Princeton#5. no sound.

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20 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

Take an unflinching look at the six days of turmoil that engulfed Los Angeles 25 years ago. No talking heads, no recreations - this story will be told by the raw footage of the actual events. Don't miss The Lost Tapes: LA Riots - tonight at 8PM, or online anytime: bit.ly/LostTapesLA ... See MoreSee Less

Take an unflinching look at the six days of turmoil that engulfed Los Angeles 25 years ago. No talking heads, no recreations - this story will be told by the raw footage of the actual events. Dont miss The Lost Tapes: LA Riots - tonight at 8PM, or online anytime: http://bit.ly/LostTapesLA

Elephants Can Afford to Be Picky About This Kind of Fruit
In the South African savannah, one amazing tree provides year-round shelter and sustenance to animals of all sizes, from squirrels to elephants. Now that's something to celebrate for Arbor Day! From Africa’s Wild Havens: bitly.com/MarulaTree
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Looks sorta similar to a Kentucky Coffee except the fruits are different.

I saw this! Loved it!

Sonia Amelia


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