Approximately one year ago, Greater Clark launched radio frequencies for both Jeffersonville and Charlestown through a process initiated by the Federal Communications Commission. Greater Clark applied for frequencies in both locations, was able to secure its own license for Jeffersonville High School, and, through an inter-local agreement with the City of Charlestown, constructed and operates a radio station at Charlestown High School. In order to serve New Washington High School, a satellite radio studio was also built so students can broadcast over the Charlestown High School frequency.
Ongoing operational costs will primarily be funded through state CTE (Career and Technical Education) funding for each student enrolled in the program, as well as underwriting grants received from area businesses on an annual basis.
Charlestown High School students are on air daily during school hours, with the exception of 11:00-12:30 when New Washington High School students are on air.