KET offers comprehensive coverage of the 2022 legislative session
For Release: 12/29/21 9:55 AM
Update (1/05/22): Kentucky Chamber Day, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 6, has been cancelled due to health concerns and will not be broadcast by KET.
KET will present extensive television broadcast and online coverage of the 2022 Kentucky legislative session beginning Tuesday, Jan. 4. Viewers can turn to KET on air and online to follow the legislative process, policy discussions, committee meetings and chamber sessions.
Senate and House chamber sessions and committee meetings can be watched live on:
- Television – via KETKY, the Kentucky Channel (over-the-air and cable statewide)
- Online – visit KET.org/live
- Mobile devices – via KET’s Legislative Coverage app for Apple and Android devices (download at KET.org/about/ket-pbs-apps)
- Capitol building and annex in-house cable system
- Frankfort Plant Board Cable
Archived video is available anytime at KET.org/legislature and on the app.
Legislative Update, KET’s nightly report on the day’s most significant activities, airs on KET at 11/10 pm on Mondays through Thursdays and at 8:30/7:30 pm on Fridays. The program, hosted by KET’s Renee Shaw and Casey Parker-Bell, offers reports on issues taken up by the General Assembly as well as interviews with lawmakers, advocates, journalists and agency heads.
Additionally, Comment on Kentucky, hosted by Bill Bryant, features journalists covering the General Assembly who discuss the week’s news and airs on Fridays at 8/7 pm on KET and KET.org/live.
Lastly, Kentucky Tonight, with moderator Renee Shaw, airing Mondays at 8/7 pm on KET and KET.org/live, will feature discussions among lawmakers, stakeholders and policy leaders about the issues on the docket in Frankfort.
Audio podcasts of KET’s public affairs programs are available on iTunes and Google Play. Learn more at KET.org/podcasts.
KET is Kentucky’s largest classroom, where learning comes to life for more than one million people each week via television, online and mobile. Learn more about Kentucky’s preeminent public media organization at KET.org, on Twitter @KET and at facebook.com/KET.
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