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John Kiesewetter on the world of local and national TV


Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Friday, May 11, 2007

Doc Kremchek on Fox News Tonight

Move over Jeff Ruby, and let Doc Kremchek share the news spotlight out of Cincinnati.
Dr. Timothy Kremchek, Reds medical director and respected sports medicine expert (aka Doc Hollywood), appears on the "Fox Report" with Shepard Smith today (7-8 p.m., Fox News Channel) to talk about New York City banning aluminum bats from youth baseball, says a spokesman for Kremchek.

If you miss it, the segment will be posted sometime next week on Kremchek's Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine website, http://www.beaconortho.com


4 Comments:

at 5/11/2007 11:12 PM Blogger SophiaZ123 said...

Sorry to go off topic here, John but I MUST comment on the NONSTOP coverage of the plane wrecks.

Sure they were terrible but how many hours did we need wall to wall coverage??

AND, did anybody here the caller to Channel 5 saying he 'saw a parachutist from one of the planes hit the ground running...and he was of Middle Eastern Descent'?? I can NOT BELIEVE the Channel 5 girl on the phone did NOT KNOW she had a hoax caller..but have to admit, I turned the channel after I realized she was taking the call seriously.....I shoulda stayed to see if it dawned on her some cretin had called in..

Did anybody catch that?

Yes, it was a horrible crash but geez....

I hope I do not sound insensitive and I do realize the media loves to cover big news...but at 10:30 my house mate said that CHANNEL FIVE STILL had a crawl about BREAKING NEWS. They are still doing it and bragging about their coverage...HELLO...how about the FAKE CALLER trying to insinuate it was a terrorist. Give me a break.

 
at 5/13/2007 1:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

OFF TOPIC:

Okay, someone please tell me what in the heck is in the water over there at Channel 9 (and Channel 19 for that matter....)!?!?!?

Cyndee O'Quinn is pregnant again, this will be her 4th child.

I feel like we have watched all of these women through their pregnancies on the news!! Between Cyndee O'Quinn, Julie O'Neil, Kathrine Nero.......

Wonder who will cover Cyndee's maternity? Maybe Dean Muiciou from the Warm98 Morning Show? Remember when he covered one of her maternities a few years back??

Hey,,,,he's much better than that Robert Hock guy!!!!

 
at 5/16/2007 11:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The parachutist being referred to on WLWT was not a joke. It has been confirmed that D.B. Cooper was last seen running toward Sharon Woods.

 
at 5/17/2007 1:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watching the so called coverage on TV of the plane disaster was a real hoot! This wall-to-wall coverage of fireman, and polic personnel milling around was sooooooo riviting and we wonder why Cincinnati is such a small market. Really folks, why tie up network television with this stuff. You would have thought 300 people were killed.

 
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