Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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November 19, 2012

Watch the Christmas parade with us!

ASHLAND — Join us for live streaming video of the Winter Wonderland of Lights Ashland Christmas Parade, through the work of the Ohio University Southern Electronic Media Department, on Tuesday night starting at 7. Click here.

The Christmas parade is one of the city’s longest-running tradition and one of the longest parades in the Tri-State. It has delighted those in the community for years as literally thousands come to watch.

OUS televises the parade, with 15 students from the Electronic Broadcasting Department doing the work. It will be broadcast on WSAZ’s MyZ from 1 to 3 p.m. on Dec. 8 Hosts will be WSAZ meteorologist Josh Fitzpatrick and anchor/reporter Lauren Schmoll.

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