Kentucky State University airs its new educational television program KSU Gold

On Monday, April 3rd, Kentucky State University (KSU) will be rolling out its new television program, KSU Gold, on the Cable 10 Television Network. The show, which will be produced by College of Agriculture, Communities, and the Environment, will give the viewing audience a peek of the University’s faculty, staff and students and their research, work, and efforts to continue KSU’s legacy of achievement.

“We’re excited to be able to share some of the great research and community work that the staff of the College of Agriculture, Communities, and the Environment is doing across the state. Through this showcase of our talented faculty, staff, and students, we hope the Frankfort community will be encouraged to learn more about the great work happening at Kentucky State University,” says Blair Thomas Hess, KSU’s CAFSSS Media and Communications Manager.

The new television show will be produced in CAFSSS’ television studio, which recently underwent a state-of-the art high-definition equipment upgrade. Viewers can tune in to watch the 30-minute program every Monday at 8:00 p.m.

“The viewing audience can expect to see a broad variety of content; anything from cooking, exercising, to feeding goats on the University’s Dr. Harold Benson Demonstration and Research Farm,” says Lyndsey McGaha, host of the television program. The new show is a byproduct of the What Can You Do for KSU campaign sponsored by the Frankfort Kiwanis Club.