Western Washington University’s 30-minute TV show “Western Window” is airing on a new day and time – at 11 a.m. on Saturdays on Me-TV KVOS.
Me-TV KVOS had been airing at 5:30 p.m. on Mondays but Me-TV KVOS decided to move it to Saturdays at 11 a.m. to run along with other locally produced programming.
The TV show features a magazine format and is intended to showcase the excellence of Western’s students, faculty and programs while also highlighting the university’s partnerships and collaborative efforts in the local community and beyond.
“Western Window” is produced by WWU students participating in an internship class led by instructor Suzanne Blais.
Me-TV KVOS broadcasts throughout southwest British Columbia and western Washington. Their signal reaches four large urban areas, Vancouver, Victoria, Bellingham and Seattle and their surrounding areas as far north as Whistler, British Columbia, and south to Seattle. Recent population statistics show over 6 million people in their coverage area on both sides of the border. Me-TV is available through various cable and satellite TV providers. Find one in your area.
In addition, “Western Window” will continue airing on the City of Bellingham’s TV Channel 10.