Provides free classes and training and offers free access to equipment so that members of the community can create their own media productions. Offers discounted video production services to local nonprofits specializing in short promotional videos, fundraising productions, educational series, documentaries, and training films.
Noncommercial stations that offers big band music and information regarding activities and services available to older adults. Special programs include Comedy Corner, Movies of Your Life, and the Inventor’s Corner.
Explore Cincinnati is a podcast covering urban issues in Cincinnati, focusing on the great things in our city and what we can do to make it an even better place to live. Each episode covers topics like revitalizing our historic neighborhoods, bringing new businesses and residents to the city, and updates on projects like The Banks, Cincinnati Riverfront Park, Queen City Square, Uptown Commons, the Cincinnati Streetcar, and the Gateway Quarter. Available for streaming on ExploreCincinnati.com and download via iTunes or other podcast software.
Site of the radio station from Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) which broadcasts jazz, Celtic, and bluegrass music, along with NPR programs. The site provides programming information, WMUB Forum, and listener comments.
Listener-supported, volunteer-staffed station offering a wide range of programming, including big bands, bluegrass, classic country, gospel, Celtic, Scottish, German language, sports, and contemporary classics.
An independent, low power, community radio station in Cincinnati, OH. Features local music, talk and spoken word by Cincinnati artists each week. WVQC's volunteer-produced programs are entertaining, informative, independent and community-based.
A Local Community Access Station that serves the residents of Anderson Township (Hamilton County, Ohio). ACTV provides programming through its four channels, and offers free training and equipment for residents to record, produce, and air their own shows on Time Warner Cable.
Exclusive on-demand video in a variety of categories (Arts & Culture, Current Affairs, Lifelong Learning, etc.) from Cincinnati's public television station. Offers educational programs including the GED Connection series and adult learning services for workforce development. Also includes information about upcoming events and programs.
Provides local cable programming for 27 communities in the Greater Cincinnati area. Programs range from City Council meetings to high school sports to parades and concerts and can be seen on channels 4,8, 15, 17, 18, 24 on Time Warner Cable.
Media Bridges operates four of Cincinnati's Cable Access Channels in an agreement with the City of Cincinnati : Community Access Channel 4, Religious Access Channel 8, Educational Access Channel 15, and Metro Access Channel 24.
Provides public, educational, and government access services to Forest Park, Greenhills, and Springfield Township, Ohio. Programming can be viewed on Time Warner cable channels 4, 8, 15, and 23, or online through their website.