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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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8 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

Soar over the rolling hills of Mendocino with a full episode of Aerial America: Northern California streaming online, and get ready for a coast-to-coast tour of all 50 states coming this weekend! Watch now: bitly.com/NorthernCali ... See MoreSee Less

Soar over the rolling hills of Mendocino with a full episode of Aerial America: Northern California streaming online, and get ready for a coast-to-coast tour of all 50 states coming this weekend! Watch now: http://bitly.com/NorthernCali

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Precious ! 👍🏾👍🏾

12 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

Why Spider Monkeys Only Have Four Fingers
Scientists once believed that opposable thumbs were the highest form of evolutionary dexterity. But these 4-fingered spider monkeys proved them wrong. A new episode of Amazing Monkeys premieres tomorrow at 8: bit.ly/AmericaMonkeys
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14 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

What Kind of Footage Do Historical Colorists Like Best?
The team that colorized the footage for America in Color spent thousands of hours poring over historic film. These are the moments that left an indelible impression.
What moments from the 1920s - 1960s do you hope to see in living color? Watch our history come to life when America in Color premieres Sunday at 8: bit.ly/AmericainColor
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Oh wow. Aaron-Michael Fox, they even talk about the team.

Bob Cox & Dot Dorothy Cox this is worth watching

Thank you, Color Team!

None, because unless they were actually there, they have no idea what colors were used

Is there an app with all these shows?

Nice

Check out my own colorized photos at www.Facebook.com/MrVintagePhotos.

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17 hours ago

Smithsonian Channel

How 12 Seconds Could Have Prevented This Plane Crash
Runway overruns are the single-largest cause of air accidents, responsible for nearly a quarter of all crashes. See how experts are working to prevent them on Air Disasters, tonight at 8: bitly.com/AirDisastersEscape
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20 hours ago

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A lifelong fighter for civil rights for all, Helen Keller not only advocated for people with disabilities, she helped found the ACLU Nationwide in 1920. She was born on this date in 1880. From Seriously Amazing Objects: bit.ly/SeriousLegends ... See MoreSee Less

A lifelong fighter for civil rights for all, Helen Keller not only advocated for people with disabilities, she helped found the ACLU Nationwide in 1920. She was born on this date in 1880. From Seriously Amazing Objects: http://bit.ly/SeriousLegends

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Fantastic videos and information available here. Very well documented about Hellen Kellers life and achievements, and persistency!

Happy Birthday to an amazing role model!

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Beautiful photo!

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