Press Release Theatre, Vol. 3

We’re not even going to explain these items anymore…but first, “Ann’s Mini Corner”! With at least one day left in “this week” (sorry, Ann!)…

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VIVIAN GOODMAN REPORTS FROM EUROPE ON THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA YOUTH ORCHESTRA TOUR

(Press release from Ann VerWiebe, WKSU)

This week, WKSU Reporter/Producer Vivian Goodman is on the road with the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra in Europe as they travel to Vienna and Salzburg, Austria. She is capturing audio during the day and editing it for broadcast during “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered” on WKSU. Goodman can also be heard on “Here and Now” discussing COYO’s activities with local host Mark Pennell. Along with audio reports, Goodman extends her coverage by posting images and blogs on WKSU.org. Content will be added on the New and Classical Music pages on the website.

This tour is the first international venture for the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra in the organization’s 26-year history. With her coverage, Goodman hopes not only to cover the success of the concerts but also capture the response of 75 Northeast Ohio middle- and high-school students as they perform in the cradle of classical music. While in Europe, Goodman will posting as well to the Facebook page for her food-centric “Quick Bites” feature.

WKSU’s coverage of the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra is made possible through support from Diebold and the Noble Foundation.

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VERIZON WIRELESS AND TIME WARNER CABLE TO DELIVER GREAT VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND INTERNET EXPERIENCES – FOR THE HOME AND ON THE GO IN NORTHEAST OHIO

CLEVELAND (June 21, 2012) – Verizon Wireless and Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC) today announced they are teaming up in portions of Northeast Ohio to give new and existing customers greater choice, value and convenience in their wireless and entertainment packages. Customers in the area can now purchase packages of Time Warner Cable video, Internet and voice services and Verizon Wireless smartphones and tablets from both companies and may be eligible to receive a Visa™ prepaid debit card valued up to $200.

Markets launching today include many cities in Northeast Ohio, Wisconsin, North and South Carolina. Earlier this year, Time Warner Cable and Verizon Wireless kicked off their joint marketing initiative in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio; Kansas City, Kan.; and Raleigh, N.C. Both companies expect to launch these packages and services in additional Time Warner Cable communities in the coming months.

Customers can select their combination of services from a range of offers that include video, Internet, home phone and mobile service. Time Warner Cable’s Ultimate Internet and SignatureHome® are also available to be packaged with a Verizon Wireless offer.

“This is a big win for customers looking for a more complete entertainment and communications offering for inside the home and wherever they go,” said John H. Higgins, Jr., area vice president of operations, Time Warner Cable. “The joining together of products and services from Time Warner Cable and Verizon Wireless into a single offer provides customers more choice, convenience and greater value.”

“Wireless, entertainment and communications are important to our mutual customer base,” said Mark Frazier, president–Ohio/Pennsylvania/West Virginia Region, Verizon Wireless. “Collectively, our goal is to deliver a solid product with long-term value to the end user, resulting in an enjoyable experience. Time Warner Cable continues to deliver the highest quality entertainment and communications services in the area and the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network is the perfect complement to round out the package.”

For additional information, please visit http://www.verizonwireless.com/twc or http://www.twc.com/verizonwireless. Customers can sign up for these packages in person at a Verizon Wireless Communications Store or over the phone at 1-888-535-0187 or 1-800-TWCABLE.

(Editorial note: Long list of retail locations snipped…)

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