Cincinnati and the Tristate · Radio & Television

Media Production

Intercommunity Cable Regulatory Commission (ICRC)
Provides local cable programming for 27 communities in the Greater Cincinnati area and offers free training classes for any resident of an ICRC community.
Media Bridges
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.
Norwood Community Television
Provides local cable programming for Norwood and offers free training classes designed to help you become proficient on our camcorders, editors, studio, and production truck.
Waycross Community Media
Provides video production workshops, free video equipment usage, and free cablecast/webcast of your program to the communities of Forest Park, Greenhills, and Springfield Township, Ohio.

Radio Stations & Podcasts

"The Sports Animal"
55KRC Online
Site of 55KRC Radio. Provides information about news, sports, events, etc.
700 WLW
Site of WLW radio. Provides news, weather, and many links.
89.3 FM WMKV
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.
89.7 FM WNKU
NKU’s non-commercial radio station. Programming includes progressive rock, blues, acoustic, bluegrass, live music, BBC news, NPR’s Morning Edition and Consider This.
Explore Cincinnati Podcast
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 community projects.
The New 94.9 (WREW 94.9FM)
Cincinnati's Best Mix
WAIF FM 88.3
“Cincinnati’s community radio station” offers eclectic, all-volunteer programming as an alternative to corporate, commercial radio.
WAKW FM 93.3
“Cincinnati’s family radio station” plays contemporary Christian music.
WCIN AM 1480
“Smooth jazz.”
WDBZ 1230 AM
The Buzz is a community-oriented talk radio station.
WEBN 102.7
Site of WEBN radio. News about personalites, programs, and events.
WGRR Oldies 103.5 FM
Site of WGRR Oldies 103.5 FM. Find information about events, concerts, personalities, links, and a list of oldies.
WGUC 90.9
Site for local classical music radio. Find information about programs and events.
WIZF 101.1
Plays hip-hop and rhythm & blues. Find information about programs and events.
WOBO FM 88.7
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.
WOFX FM 92.5
“The Fox” plays “classic rock all day.”
WRRM FM 98.5
Soft rock is the format on “Warm 98.”
WSAI AM 1360
"Cincinnati's ESPN 1360" carries the entire ESPN radio programming line-up.
WVXU 91.7
Focus of this public radio station is news. Stories come from NPR, Public Radio International, BBC, American Public Media, and staff journalists.

Television Stations

Anderson Community Access Television
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.
Intercommunity Cable Regulatory Commission (ICRC) - Programming
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.
Norwood Community Television - Programming
Provides community programming on four channels: Public Access 23, Education Access 8/15, Government Access 4 and Metro Access 24 and a Community Bulletin Board on Channel 22.
Time Warner Cable
Local cable service provider.
Waycross Community Media - Programming
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.
WCPO Channel 9
Cincinnati’s ABC affiliate. Find news, weather, sports, entertainment, and community news here.
WKRC Channel 12
Cincinnati’s CBS affiliate. Local headlines, sports, weather, and program information.
WLWT Channel 5
Cincinnati’s NBC affiliate. Useful for news, weather, and sports information.
WXIX Fox 19
News, weather, sports, and programming information.