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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed May 7, 2014

A Look at Manufacturing and the Markets

Manufacturing now driving US economic growth.

  Recent gains in manufacturing are helping power the U.S. economy, with the area of the country once referred to as the rust belt now starting to take on a new shine. Dr. Julie Heath, director of The Economics Center at the University of Cincinnati, and investment advisor Chris DeSimio join us to discuss the manufacturing sector and how it is driving the current economy, and affecting the financial markets.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Tue May 6, 2014

Childbirth Options

While still a small percentage of total U.S. births, more families are choosing to have babies at home instead of in a hospital.

  While the vast majority of women in the United States give birth to their babies in a hospital, home births are becoming more popular. In 2012 an estimated 35,000 births occurred in the home, accounting for 0.7% of total U. S. births. We discuss different birthing options, and the role of midwives during pregnancy and childbirth, with Certified Nurse Midwife Jackie Gruer, Dr.

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Cincinnati Edition
9:15 am
Sun May 4, 2014

Children's Mental Health Awareness Week

Programs help young people with mental health issues transition to adulthood.

  

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Cincinnati Edition, Today at 1:00, 513-419-7100
9:15 am
Sun May 4, 2014

Recognizing and Treating Children's Mental Health Issues

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri May 2, 2014

48 Hour Film Project Cincinnati

A complete film, start to finish, in one weekend

This year, Cincinnati will be one of a record 125 cities worldwide – from Beijing to Lisbon - competing in the 48 Hour Film Project. On the weekend of May 16 - 18, filmmakers from all over the Cincinnati area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world. Kat Steele, executive director of the Cincinnati Film Festival and producer of the Cincinnati 48 Hour Film Project,  Jen Day from team "Fish in Glass Box" and Daniel Perrea from team "Rockline Films" join us to explain the whirlwind process that is creating a film, from writing and casting to filming and editing, in a single weekend.

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