Library Card Challenge - About Our Partners

About Our Partners

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GCAAE

The Greater Cincinnati Alliance for Arts Education (GCAAE) supports and fosters the arts as a vital component of education in the Greater Cincinnati region, through advocacy, professional development and integrated arts experiences for students, teachers, and other professionals. Membership in GCAAE offers important networking and opportunities for organizations and individuals who provide arts education to schools and communities. The Greater Cincinnati Alliance for Arts Education is a regional affiliate of the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education. GCAAE members include:

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METRO

Metro will also “get on board” through a “Read & Ride” program encouraging families to read while riding the Metro. Metro will feature its own CEO, Terry Garcia Crews, reading with children in ads that will be displayed on all 333 of its buses. The Library and Metro have long been partners since many of the Library’s branches are on a bus route. Check out the locations page on the Library’s website to see which ones can be visited by riding the Metro.

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Local 12 WKRC-TV

Local 12 WKRC–TV is the CBS affiliate in Cincinnati–Ohio, the 35 largest market in the U.S. Owned by Newport Television, Local 12 serves viewers in SW Ohio, Northern Kentucky and SE Indiana. The station was licensed by the FCC in April 1949, and has built its reputation based upon its 60–year commitment to providing area viewers with the most up–to–date news, information, weather reports, and entertainment. Local 12 devotes considerable effort to serving the needs and interests of the community. Community needs and viewer safety always in mind, in 1989 Local 12 became the first Cincinnati television station to install its own Doppler radar. And in 2009 WKRC began broadcasting all Local 12 Newscasts in high definition (HD). Local 12 produces 40 hours of news per week including 6.5 hours of local news daily (M–F), plus a 2–hour newscast on Saturday mornings, and a half–hour “Newsmakers” show. Local 12 News Live at Eleven has been number one in its time period for more than a decade and has the top rated morning and noon newscasts in the market.