Between September to March Broadcast Communications students manage the station which carried 42 remote telecasts, most are live broadcasts.
WCN averages 23 hours of original programming each week of the academic semester which includes live, remote broadcasts.
The Westminster Cable Network is home to live and local programming for more than 50,,000 cable television subscribers:
Subscribers on Comcast Cable in Lawrence County (Channel 183)
Subscribers of the the Armstrong New Wilmington Borough (Channel 72)
Subscribers Armstrong Grove City City hub on Armstrong Digital ( Channel 204)
These remote broadcasts are possible because of WCN’s state of the art remote truck which allows students to take their shows on the road.
WCN is also home of the weekly editions of "The County Line." This 30 minute local news magazine includes in-studio interviews with area news makers, sports coverage of the Titans as well as high-school teams, stories about local people, places and community issues.
"The County Line" also features its original franchise series "On The Road" where our correspondents showcase some of the hidden treasures and places to visit in our own backyard.
These broadcasts are managed and produced by our students, who also serve as the on-air talent. These programs are part of WCN's commitment to live and local coverage to the audience in Lawrence and Mercer Counties.