Worthington Kilbourne High School students are now a fixture on Time Warner Cable Ohio On Demand channel 1111 with the addition of its student-produced news program, WKHS, to the channel’s program offerings.
Each Friday, students in the school’s Advanced Communication Technology class produce a 10-minute newscast focusing on school and community events of the week. Newscasts for the months of September and October currently are available for viewing at any time by Time Warner Cable Digital Cable customers. Additional newscasts will be added at the end of each month.
To view WKHS news, customers may tune to channel 1111 and select the “Local News & Info” category. WKHS programs are available under the “High School” tab. Once selected, customers may play, fast forward, rewind, pause and re-watch the program using the remote control.
Time Warner Cable Ohio On Demand Channel 1111 is a digital channel created and offered exclusively by Time Warner Cable. It features all-local programming available On Demand, including newscasts from 10TV Eyewitness News, local sports, travel, arts, discussion programs and more.
WKHS News is produced under the direction of Worthington Kilbourne teacher Sandra Kucinich Horn.
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