Radio Home Visitor
The Radio Home Visitor is a radio program in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, broadcast by 88.5 WRKC, King's College Radio. It is a daily reading of Wyoming Valley newspapers and is constantly cited as one of the most listened-to news programs in the Wyoming Valley. RHV reaches the elderly, blind, and homebound population who otherwise wouldn't be able to read the paper. The program reaches 15,000 listeners daily. RHV has been on the air since 1974 and was created by a King's College alumnus and professor, the late Father Tom Carten.
- "Since graduation, Baker kept in touch with people at King's" - By Robert Kalinowski, Citizens' Voice, April 28, 2004[permanent dead link]
- "'Radio Home Visitor' is Welcome Guest to Visually Impaired" - Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, September 19, 1999
- "King's Honored for Broadcasts for Blind" - Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, December 25, 2004
- "Volunteer Voices Aid Those Who Can't Read" - Philadelphia Inquirer, September 11, 1988