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Cincinnati's "Migratory Classroom"
12:30 am
Fri February 1, 2013

Introducing The Bird Haus

Have you heard of a “migratory classroom?” It’s a new concept in hands-on learning that Cincinnati’s The Bird Haus is bringing to our region. Cat Amaro, founder of The Bird Haus, explains the idea behind people with passions passing along their knowledge outside of a traditional classroom. Mark Perzel welcomes Cat Amaro into the studio to talk about The Bird Haus concept, how people can get involved as either a student or a teacher and how it got its name.


On the Money with Chris DeSimio
12:30 am
Fri February 1, 2013

This Week's Investing News from Johnson Investment Counsel

Jason Jackman

We are now into the second month of the New Year, so time to get an update on activity in the investing world from our friends Dale Coates and Jason Jackman from Johnson Investment Counsel as they spend some time On the Money with Chris DeSimio.


February 2, 2013
12:30 am
Fri February 1, 2013

The Week in Review

Jay Hanselman takes a look at some of the week's top stories.


Focus on Technology
5:31 am
Fri January 25, 2013

Coronary arteries healed with dissolvable stents

Cardio Catheterization Lab at Christ Hospital
WVXU

The 4 billion dollar coronary stent market is about to get bigger. Bioresorbable stents are performing well, giving patients and doctors more options. Cincinnati's Christ Hospital is the lead hospital in a national study. Ann Thompson reports how Absorb™ works and what it could mean for the market.


DecodeDC podcast
12:31 am
Fri January 25, 2013

Former NPR Reporter Andrea Seabrook

Andrea Seabrook

NPR listeners will no doubt recognize the name Andrea Seabrook. She was the congressional correspondent for many years, until her frustration with what she calls “broken Washington” finally led her to leave the network and begin her own project. That project is called DecodeDC and it’s a podcast and blog where she tries to dig through the jargon and double-speak to determine what’s really going on in and around Capitol Hill. Mark Perzel talks with Andrea Seabrook about her decision to leave NPR and to begin anew in the online world of podcasts and blogs.


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