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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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Thursday, November 08, 2007

The Sound Cleans Up

Don’t toss out those old election yard signs. Collect as many as you can and dump them off at 94.9 The Sound (WSWD-FM) to benefit local nonprofit organizations.

For every campaign sign delivered to The Sound studios, 2060 Reading Road, just north of Dorchester, during business hours (8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.), The Sound will donate 50 cents to Give Back Cincinnati, Cincinnati Park Board, SPCA, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Make-A-Wish, American Heart Association or the Free Store Food Back.


at 11/08/2007 8:51 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off topic John but shouldn't Jim Scott disclose/disclaim when Casey Bollin is on his show, giving financial advise that Casey is Jim's son????

at 11/08/2007 10:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also off topic, how can WLW have the so-called and self-proclaimed "Best Bengals Coverage" with clowns like Alan Cutler, Mo Egger and Dave Armbruster acting as interviewers or playing snippets of pre recorded press conferences. It would seem to me that the "Best Bengals Coverage" would actually include guys that know what they are talking about, like Anthony Munoz, Boomer Esisason, Cris Collinsworth and Bob Trumpy. Oh wait, that would cost money. So in reality, "The Best Bengals Coverage" is more like "The Best Bengals Coverage that the cheapskates of Clear Channel are willing to pay for" Right or wrong?

at 11/08/2007 2:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bengals coverage on local media make me want to double over and puke!!! 1530 and those silly morning clowns are too much. the angry guys seem so much better since they are out from under that Clear Clownal umbrella. And lastly does anyone know when Darryl Parks leaves? On 700 the term Best Bengal Coverage ranks up there with the "news leader" or "best traffic". Joke!!

at 11/08/2007 10:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The clowns in the morning on 1530 are a perfect example of working cheap. They must pay them next to nothing, but at least cheap-ass channel will get what they pay for. Low pay will equal low ratings.

at 11/09/2007 7:21 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh and when the hell is Jim Scott retiring? That guy is useless. Nothing more than a carnival barker just talking 100 miles an hour and saying "huh" at the end of sentences. Good-bye Jim. Take your Grippo bag and leave.

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