21st Century Fox provides training and a new studio for young female broadcast journalists


The Television Club at Bishop Kearney High School recently received a state-of-the-art renovation of its studio, thanks to 21st Century Fox. The company purchased new equipment for the school’s student-run news station, WBKS, and professionals from Fox 5 trained the students on how to operate it. The initiative comes as part of the company’s commitment to support and develop the next generation of great storytellers. The Brooklyn-based high school’s daily news broadcasts are much improved since the club started more than 20 years ago, and this new equipment will enhance their capabilities even further. The club has become a big draw for incoming students.

To learn more about the school’s journey to its new studio, read the 21st Century Fox Social Impact post.