An important part of our mission is taking our message into “the World” and Kentucky Educational Television is an important step in that direction. Through a partnership with KET, KTW live programs are being recorded for broadcast across the 16 stations that form the KET network. In addition to reaching almost all parts of our state, KET reaches into parts of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. This partnership is truly a game-changer for Kentucky to the World, and we’re proud to be able to help provide KET with important programming that promotes the best our state has to offer.
Kentucky Educational Television – KET – is the largest public television network in the country, second largest in the world, and reaches every Kentucky school and 5.5 million viewers in eight states daily. It is also Kentucky’s highest-quality source for public affairs and cultural programming.
We are excited to announce that KET is also streaming our Speaker Series programs beginning with the March 2016 Booth sisters program.
The Booth sisters – Lady, Rebecca, and Cecil – talk about growing up in Kentucky; success in their chosen professions; and their famous dad – Wayne Perkey of 84 WHAS radio.
Next up is “Junior Bridgeman Interview by Evan and Daniel Roth for Breaking the Mold Live Podcast.” Brothers Daniel and Evan Roth presented the first ever LIVE audience production of their popular “Breaking the Mold” podcast. Daniel Roth, executive editor of LinkedIn, and Evan Roth a founder of BBR Partners interviewed Junior Bridgeman, a franchise entrepreneur and former Uof L and NBA star about how he navigated his transition from the world of sports to the list of the highest earning retired athletes in Forbes Magazine 2016.
Tune in to KETKY Sunday, June 4 at 1 p.m. or KETKY Monday, June 5 at 7 a.m. to see the Roth brothers interview Junior Bridgeman. Check your local listings for this and other KTW programs on KET coming in the future!