A former KET anchor is teaching a class at Transy next semester. Here’s why you should take it.


Bill Goodman, the erstwhile host of the KET programs “Kentucky Tonight” and “One to One with Bill Goodman,” will be teaching a course on media literacy this Winter Term.

The course is listed as WRC-2294, “ST: Media Literacy & Journalism,” and can be used to fulfill Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication (WRC) major or minor requirements, or as an Area IV course in the humanities division.

Goodman worked as a television journalist for KET for over 20 years, and has previously taught courses at Centre College and the University of Kentucky. He is currently the Executive Director of the Kentucky Humanities Council, and holds a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Spalding University.

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Rebecca Blankenship is the director of "The Moral Center: Chapter Two of the Poor People's Campaign," a documentary film scheduled for release this November. She has worked on the NPR-WEKU show "Eastern Standard," hosted by Tom Martin, and is The Rambler's News Editor. She is a senior at Transylvania University.