KHWS returns after three-month hiatus

Josie Abugov

After a three-month hiatus, KHWS student radio returned on air April 25.

Club leaders had to find a replacement broadcasting service after the one the club previously used, live365, went bankrupt.

“It was a tedious process and also during a very busy time for most of the seniors,” KHWS leader Daniela Grande ’16 said. “We had to go through every single service and test it out. We went to an internet radio station, dublab, and they gave us advice on how to proceed.”

Ultimately, they chose Serverroom, which was the most cost-efficient and also has new features.
If members are willing to broadcast during finals week, the club hopes all 28 shows will air until early June to make up for lost time.

“[KHWS] is very low-stress, and it’s interesting to see what music other people play, and I like to show what I play to my friends,” Grande said. “I’m just really happy to be back on the air. KHWS is one of my favorite parts of Harvard-Westlake.”