Redwood, TBNK Partner for Weekly Airings of TV Show
Redwood and The Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky (TBNK) announced a joint venture to air Redwood’s weekly What’s Good from the Wood on local cable television.
The joint announcement was made last week by Redwood’s Director of Philanthropy Carol Serrone and Jason Dudas, program director for TBNK.
Redwood is a nonprofit, special needs facility located in Ft. Mitchell. Redwood services 800 clients, from six weeks to 82 years old. The weekly TV show, What’s Good from the Wood, is produced, directed, and hosted by Redwood clients.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for Redwood and its clients to gain exposure in the community, and at the same time a wonderful experience for those involved with our weekly production,” Serrone said. “We are certainly grateful and at the same time thankful for the people who made this possible at TBNK.”
Redwood’s What’s Good from the Wood will air Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. These airings will both be on TBNK 185 (Spectrum) and TBNK 821 (Cincinnati Bell) in Kenton County.
TBNK maintains six TV channels on two cable systems.
Much of the programming on TBNK’s channels is produced by, and for, the citizens of Kenton County.