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Television and Radio: Spaced Out

Sci-fi series are lost but not forgotten

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Successful science fiction is hard, especially on television. Two recent DVD releases from 20th Century Fox help define that. Lost in Space: The Complete First Season (on CBS, 1964-1965) and Firef  

Television and Radio: Doctor Know

Sexologist says couples are too often distracted

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 11, 2004
North Americans are much more uptight about sexuality than, say, our friends in Europe. OK, the Brits might be as uptight, but we certainly have issues on this side of the pond. A few voices out t  

Music: Bam! 97X Is Sold

What's 'the future of Rock & Roll' now?

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 4, 2004
For many in Greater Cincinnati, Dayton and around the world, word of 97X's sale was a shock, like finding out a close friend had suddenly died. As the news sank in after the Jan. 28 announcement  

Television and Radio: Pass Rush

Limbaugh makes a bad call; let's go to the replay

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 8, 2003
On a recent program radio personality Don Imus, commenting on the Rush Limbaugh/Donovan McNabb story, joked about his fellow talk show host. "(He) didn't come from a Mensa meeting to the (ESPN) stu  

Events: Black & Blue

Comedy Central stars offer a strangely compelling mix

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2003
Cable TV has always been a bit more daring than broadcast, but it can still be confining to some entertainers, especially comics. The live stage is where a comedian does his or her best work, an  

Television and Radio: The Fall Guys (& Gals)

New TV season might not be enough to keep you away from DVDs and the Internet

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Where did the summer of 2003 go? Suddenly it's time to rake leaves, dig out those sweaters and sweatshirts and become reacquainted with your old friend -- television. There are quite a few inter  

Television and Radio: Access Powers

Cable TV offers channels for diverse perspectives

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 13, 2003
One of the beneficial byproducts of the Cable Act of 1984 was the stipulation compelling cable companies to provide a channel for local government, schools and individuals to use to produce televi  

Television and Radio: Tween Queen

Cincinnati native looks beyond Even Stevens

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 25, 2003
After finding out where CityBeat is published, actress Christy Carlson Romano gushes, "My mom's from Cincinnati. She went to UC and my Dad went to UC, too. They met at UC, decided to get married  

Television and Radio: Hearts and Minds

The pluses and minuses of cable, satellite or just plain old free TV

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2003
A whole TV generation is involved in the great debate. Just as cable TV surpassed the 50 percent mark in the number of wired-up homes, along came Direct Broadcast Satellite. Suddenly, more and mo  

Move Your Dial To The Right

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2003
From its inception until the late 1970s, AM radio was king. The medium survived an assault from television in the 1950s by switching to music as its main source of programming. FM gradually supplant