Kathy Lehr talks with Matt Brennan, Founder of the Cincinnati Center for Autism, about the history of the Cincinnati Center of Autism, as well as a few programs offered.
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Cincinnati native Nikk Sutton talks about his career as a steadi-cam operator.
Award-winning cinematographer John Gunselman talks about his life and career in film-making with Zo Wesson.
Veteran editor Tate Webb talks about his passion for film-making and story-telling.
In Part 2 of his interview, Kurt Hunt continues his discussion of copyrights, intellectual property, and media law.
Zo Wesson talks with the creative team behind the Cincinnati State's new television commercials.
Attorney Kurt Hunt discusses copyrights, intellectual property, and media law on this episode of Viewfinder.
Zo Wesson talks with John V House, CEO and President of Jaminations dcc, a multimedia production company specializing in the deployment and creation of dynamic advertising and promotional materials for both large and small companies.
Barbara Kellar talks with D. Lynn Meyers (Producing Artistic Director) and Scot Woolley (Music Director) about Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati’s next performance: “Life Could Be a Dream” which runs from May 2-20, 2012.
Barbara Kellar talks with Jerry Kathman about being honored at the “Live on CET” event that takes place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at Music Hall.
Zo Wesson discusses the importance of talent representation with Peter Condopoulos, the owner and head agency of the PC Goenner Talent Agency, and actors Mark Stacey White and Teresa DeZarn.
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