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02/27/15

Permalink 04:34:00 am, by viewfromthepugh Email , 494 words   English (US) latin1
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Ohioans encouraged to prepare for severe spring weather

COLUMBUS – You can never be too prepared for severe weather. During Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week March 1-7, Lieutenant Governor and Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor is providing information to help Ohioans keep themselves, loved ones and property safe in advance of Ohio’s volatile spring weather season and tips outlining steps to take if a weather event were to occur.

“For the last several years Ohioans have experienced significant weather situations involving flooding, thunderstorms, damaging winds and tornadoes,” Taylor said. “I strongly encourage folks to set aside time to review their insurance protection – including need for flood insurance – with their agent to ensure they are adequately protected if financial loss is experienced.”

Flood insurance is not included in a typical homeowner’s and renter’s policy. It is instead made available by a federal program. There is a 30-day waiting period before coverage becomes effective. You should also inquire with your agent if coverage for damage caused by a sewer or drain back-up is available and appropriate to add to your policy.

Advance Insurance Planning Tips:

  • Be sure you have adequate insurance coverage and deductibles that are reasonable for your needs.
  • Damage caused by rain, hail, lightning and tornadoes are generally covered by a standard homeowner’s insurance policy and an auto insurance policy’s “comprehensive” or “other than collision” coverage.
  • Call your agent or the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) at 1-888-379-9531 and visit www.floodsmart.gov to learn more about flood insurance.
  • Download the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) home inventory app from the Apple App Store or GooglePlay. A paper version is available at www.insurance.ohio.gov. Include as many details as you need and take photos of your possessions.

Post Storm Recovery and Insurance Tips:

  • Call your insurance agent or company as soon as you can. Be sure your agent knows how to contact you, especially if you have to move out of your home.
  • Take reasonable steps to prevent additional damage if permitted by public safety authorities and if you will not endanger yourself.
  • Closely inspect your property and cars for damage. Note and photograph any damage.
  • If required to seek temporary housing, check your homeowner’s insurance policy for “loss of use” coverage.
  • Be sure everything is considered in your claim. Back up claims with written estimates.   

How to Avoid Contractor Fraud:

  • Obtain a list of reputable contractors from your insurance company, the Better Business Bureau or a specialized consumer organization.
  • Contact multiple contractors and obtain more than one estimate. Do not allow a contractor to inspect your property when you are not home.
  • If you give a contractor permission to inspect your property, personally watch them conduct the inspection.
  • Obtain the terms and conditions of the project in writing.
  • Avoid signing a contract until the document is reviewed fully and/or discuss the terms of the contract with a legal representative or a trusted adviser.
  • Pay the contractor by check or credit card, rather than in cash, and do not pay in full until all work has been finished.

Ohioans can visit the Department’s Severe Weather Awareness Toolkit at www.insurance.ohio.gov and call 800-686-1526 with insurance questions. Those who have been victimized by contractor fraud should contact the Department’s fraud hotline at 800-686-1527. You can follow the Ohio Department of Insurance on Facebook and Twitter.

Visit www.weathersafety.ohio.gov for important weather safety information produced by the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness.

Permalink 04:26:00 am, by viewfromthepugh Email , 755 words   English (US) latin1
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Ashland University to host French Film Festival

Ashland University’s Department of Foreign Languages will hold a Tournées Film Festival in March that will feature five recent French films and one classic film.

The festival, which will take place March 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 and 25 
at 7 p.m. in the Hawkins-Conard Student Center Auditorium, is free and open to the public. The festival is presented in collaboration with AU’s College of Arts and Sciences.

On March 10, the film “À Perdre La Raison” (Our Children) (2012) will be shown. Joachim Lafosse’s riveting, unsparing look at desperation opens with an indelible image: a woman sobbing from a hospital bed followed by four tiny coffins being loaded onto a plane. After that harrowing first scene, Our Children, which was inspired by an actual infanticide case in Belgium, flashes back to a happier time for that distraught woman, Murielle (Émilie Dequenne), now seen in a passionate embrace with her husband-to-be, Mounir (Tahar Rahim). Shortly after they wed, the financially struggling yet blissfully enamored couple moves into the home of André (Niels Arestrup), a well-regarded doctor who’s long been a father figure for Mounir. The physician’s generosity, however, is soon revealed to be a pretext for wielding control over the young husband and wife.

On March 11, the film “Augustine” (2013) will be shown. Alice Winocour’s assured first feature explores the real-life doctor-patient relationship between the nineteenth-century French neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot (Vincent Lindon) and the illiterate 19-year-old housemaid of the title (played by Soko, best known as a pop singer). Thanks to Lindon’s and Soko’s intensely committed performances, and to Wincour’s intelligent, non-didactic presentation of the era and its long-outmoded, exploitative practices, Augustine offers viewers an intimate look at the shifting balance between power and vulnerability.

On March 17, the film “Camille Claudel 1915” (2013) will be shown. A subtle and sober biopic, Bruno Dumont’s examination of the sculptor and Rodin muse of the title marks the director’s first collaboration with a major star: Juliette Binoche. Unlike Camille Claudel, the 1988 Isabelle Adjani passion project, Dumont’s film forgoes epic sweep. Picking up where the earlier movie left off, Camille Claudel 1915 traces, during the year that the artist turned 51, just three days of her grim life at the Montdevergues mental asylum near Avignon, where she had been committed by her family. Dumont has fashioned an exemplary spiritual lesson of his own, one that highlights the grace of the forsaken.

On March 18, the film “Elle S’en Va” (2013) (On My Way) will be shown. Emmanuelle Bercot’s delightful film was written expressly for Catherine Deneuve, who has rarely appeared as loose and vibrant as she does here. The iconic actress plays Bettie, a former beauty queen partial to subdued leopard-print blouses. Crowned Miss Brittany in 1969, she’s never left the region, running a bistro and living in the house she was born in with her mother. Shortly after learning that her longtime married lover has taken up with a 25-year-old, Bettie walks out during the middle of the lunch rush, her head-clearing getaway soon turning into a nearly weeklong road trip through deepest rural France.

On March 24, the film “Le Passé” (2013) (The Past) will be shown. Full of the same astute and compassionate observations about unraveling, unhappy relationships, conjugal and otherwise, that distinguished his previous work, A Separation (2011), Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s latest film is set in a working-class suburb of Paris. It is there that Marie (Bérénice Bejo) lives in a cramped house with three children, her two daughters and the young son of her boyfriend, Samir (Tahar Rahim), whom she hopes to marry soon. But before the couple can even begin to consider wedding plans, Marie must finalize her divorce from her estranged husband, Ahmad (Ali Mousaffa), who flies into Paris from Tehran for the court procedure.

On March 25, the film “La Baie Des Anges” (1963) (Bay of Angels) will be shown. Many of the films by the great Jacques Demy center on the element of chance, which is a theme that is crucial in Bay of Angels (1963). The film largely takes place in the casinos along the Côte d’Azur. Shot in shimmering black-and-white, Demy’s second feature stars a bottle-blond Jeanne Moreau as Jackie, a compulsive gambler who begins an affair with a neophyte roulette player named Jean (Claude Mann), a bank employee vacationing in Nice. As their folie à deux deepens with each spin of the wheel, each cut of the deck, Jackie and Jean grow more wretched, losing millions of francs in just a few hours but unable to stop their self-destructive behavior.

Support for AU’s Tournées Festival is provided by Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, the Centre National de la Cinématographie et l’Image Animée Campus France USA, the Florence Gould Foundation and highbrow entertainment.

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Cincinnati Flower Show secures key celebrities and sponsors

The Cincinnati Horticultural Society announced that it has secured several key celebrity and sponsor commitments for the upcoming April event at Yeatman’s Cove.

According to JW Fleckenstein, Cincinnati Flower Show Director, the show has secured the participation of several notable industry celebrities including the renowned P. Allen Smith, Jack Barnwell and Jon Carloftis. An exciting new addition to the celebrity line-up this year is Food Network celebrity chef Rob Rainford, who will be hosting an outdoor garden grilling session.

Fleckenstein commented, “This year’s event is shaping up to be better than ever. We have had such a great response from both celebrities and sponsors and are looking forward to hosting the Flower Show at our new location at Yeatman’s Cove along the Ohio River.” Fleckenstein hopes that this year’s show will attract a much broader audience from both downtown and surrounding communities.

This year’s Presenting Sponsors are The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation and Proven Winners. The two main Horticultural Sponsors are Western & Southern Financial Group and the Walter and Olivia Kiebach Charitable Foundation Trust. Additional sponsors include Mrs. Edyth Lindner, The Big Idea Group, Subaru and WOW Window Boxes (Hosting Sponsors), Cincinnati Parks and Interiors by Kurtinitis (Supporting Sponsors) and AAA, Art’s Tool Rental, Bobcat Enterprises, Miracle Gro, Paula Norton Photography, The Schueler Group of Companies, Tiffany & Co. and Kroger (Sustaining Sponsors).

This year’s show will feature many historically popular events such as Ladies Day, Ask the Experts Luncheon, English Afternoon Tea Party, Spring Fling and Fine Foods Days. A few new additions to this year’s show include Proven Winners Day, Bourbon Tasting, and Backyard Grilling with celebrity grilling chef Rob Rainford.

General admission and special event tickets can be purchased at cincyflowershow.com. Adult general admission tickets can be purchased online for only $15.00, representing a 25% discount off the regular price. General admission tickets for children (16-6 years old) can be purchased for $5.00. There is no charge for children who are 5 years old and under. About The Cincinnati Horticultural Society:

The Cincinnati Horticultural Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation benefiting organizations that promote quality of life through horticulture. For more information or advanced ticket purchase visit www.cincinnatihorticulturalsociety.com or www.cincyflowershow.com.

02/26/15

Permalink 06:21:00 pm, by viewfromthepugh Email , 692 words   English (US) latin1
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Ohio exports reach $52 billion in 2014

WASHINGTON – Merchandise exports from Ohio hit $52.1 billion in 2014, reaching a new record. Ohio’s exports in 2014 helped the U.S. achieve a record high for goods and services exports: $2.35 trillion.

Goods exports from Ohio supported an estimated 259,000 U.S. jobs in 2013, contributing to the 11.3 million jobs nationwide that were supported by both goods and services exports that year. On average, jobs in these export-related industries pay up to 18 percent more than non-export related industries. 

According to data released by the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, Ohio’s goods exports in 2014 were led by a number of sectors, including transportation equipment ($15.7 billion); machinery, except electrical ($6.9 billion); and chemicals ($6.6 billion).

“Exports are critical to economic growth and job creation in communities across the country,” said Secretary Pritzker. “With 95 percent of the world’s consumers living outside the United States, opening more markets to ‘Made in America’ goods and services is fundamental to our nation’s competitiveness, job creation, and the economic security of our families.

“An estimated 259,000 U.S. jobs were supported by Ohio’s goods exports in 2013 alone. The Obama Administration has set an ambitious trade agenda that will help our businesses, workers, and innovators compete on a level playing field around the world, so they can expand and hire here at home. Now is the time for Congress to pass bipartisan trade promotion legislation, so we can enact new trade agreements with high standards that uphold our values and protect our national security.”

These data further demonstrate the important role that trade and exports have played in America’s and Ohio’s economic recovery. In order to build on that momentum, Congress must pass bipartisan trade promotion legislation, which will allow the Administration to negotiate new trade agreements that increase accountability and high standards, uphold our values, and open new markets to American goods and services.

Ohio is already benefiting from the free trade agreements that the U.S. has in force with 20 countries. Nearly $30.4 billion (58 percent) of Ohio’s goods exports in 2014 went to free trade partners. Over the past 10 years (2005-2014), goods exports from Ohio to these markets grew by 37 percent, with sales to Mexico, Canada, Korea, and Singapore showing the largest dollar growth over this period.

Trade Promotion Legislation

For the past 40 years, Congress has enacted Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) type laws to help guide both Democratic and Republican Presidents in pursuing trade agreements that support U.S. jobs, eliminate barriers to U.S. exports, and set rules to level the playing field for U.S. companies, farmers, ranchers and workers. TPA allows Congress to set high-standard objectives and priorities for U.S. trade negotiators and establish a process for consulting with Congress and the public.

The regional trade agreements under negotiation now – Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) – accounted for 62 percent of U.S. goods exports in 2014, supported an estimated 4.2 million U.S. jobs in 2013. TPA will allow these agreements to become a reality, spurring economic growth in the United States and our trading partners.

Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) would create new market opportunities for Ohio companies, supporting export-related jobs.

Ohio exported $29.2 billion annually in goods to all TPP markets (2012-2014 average), which accounted for 58 percent of the state’s goods exports. Ohio’s exports could benefit from new market access as a result of Brunei, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Vietnam eliminating their tariffs as part of TPP. 

The EU’s tariff elimination as part of TTIP would provide new market access that could benefit Ohio’s exports. TTIP will be an ambitious, comprehensive, and high-standard trade and investment agreement that offers significant benefits for U.S. companies and workers through eliminating existing trade barriers and better enabling U.S. companies and workers to compete. TTIP will provide new opportunities for U.S. industry, as approximately one-fifth of all U.S. goods and services exports go to the European Union (EU). In 2013, U.S. goods and services exports to the EU supported an estimated 2.5 million U.S. jobs.

Ohio exported $8.4 billion annually in goods to the EU (2012-2014 average).

Ohio’s top industrial goods exports to the EU include machinery products (tariffs range up to 9.7 percent); chemicals (tariffs currently go as high as 6.5 percent); and infrastructure products (tariffs range up to 7.5 percent).

02/25/15

Permalink 09:27:00 am, by viewfromthepugh Email , 341 words   English (US) latin1
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Special performances of Willy Wonka The Musical to benefit Nationwide Children's Hospital

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is making way for scrumdidilyumptious fun. This Feb. 27 at 10:30 a.m., Pleasure Guild of Nationwide Children’s will give Columbus City School students an exclusive sneak peek of Willy Wonka the Musical before the curtain goes up opening night. The annual family friendly, Broadway-quality production benefits central Ohio’s only pediatric hospice and palliative care program. 

Who: Pleasure Guild of Nationwide Children’s Hospital

When: Friday, Feb. 27 at 10:30 a.m.

Where: The Palace Theatre, located at 34 W Broad St.

Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka follows mysterious candy maker Willy Wonka as he stages a contest by hiding five golden tickets among millions of Wonka bars around the globe. Whoever discovers these tickets will win a free tour of the fantastical Wonka factory whose gate had been shut years prior, along with a lifetime supply of candy. Wonka-mania ensues worldwide as 5 winners are selected, among them the likeable Charlie Bucket. Filled with wonders of pure imagination, Oompa Loompas and marvelous surprises, the children learn they must follow Wonka’s rules—or suffer the consequences. This scrumdidilyumptious musical is guaranteed to delight the young and the young at heart.

To enjoy the Willy Wonka experience at the Palace Theatre, tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com or at the CAPA Ticket Office. For more information about Pleasure Guild or Willy Wonka or to purchase tickets, please visit www.pleasureguild.org or call CAPA at 614-469-0939.

Performance Schedule
Friday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 28 at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, March 1 at 2 p.m.

About Pleasure Guild
Pleasure Guild is the oldest woman’s auxiliary of Nationwide Children's Hospital, dating back to 1908. The organization is dedicated to raising funds, more than $200,000 annually, for central Ohio’s only pediatric hospice and palliative care program. The money Pleasure Guild raises goes to support crucial services for children facing terminal and life-limiting illnesses. The hospice team offers life enhancing services such as an on-call nurse 24/7, massage therapy, chaplain services, emotional counseling and grief counseling for the families for up to two years after the child’s passing. But perhaps, most importantly, it allows these children to remain comfortably at home, rather than in a hospital.

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Columbus Crew SC programming on Time Warner Cable Sportschannel kicks off this week

COLUMBUS – Columbus Crew SC’s regional television home, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, today announced its 2015 programming lineup for the Black & Gold, debuting this week with shoulder programming and a special episode of “Access Crew SC,” on Wednesday, February 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET that will feature behind-the-scenes coverage of preseason training from Bradenton, Fla. The club’s first regular-season game broadcast is scheduled for Saturday, March 7, at Houston, with pre-match coverage beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET.

In 2015, 32 of Crew SC’s 34 regular-season matches will be produced live in high definition on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel. “Crew SC Match Day” features a half hour of pre-match coverage and “Crew SC Post-Match” will offer a half hour of highlights and analysis, including the post-match news conference from Sporting Director and Head Coach Gregg Berhalter following home clashes. The two remaining matches on the regular-season schedule will air nationally onJuly 19 (vs. Chicago on ESPN2) and on September 6 (vs. FC Dallas on FOX Sports 1). The May 22 tilt against Chicago is set to air nationally on both Univision Deportes Network and locally on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel.

“The depth of programming planned for this season will provide Crew SC supporters additional inside access to our players and our club, both on and off the pitch, through increased Crew SC programming,” said Crew SC President of Business Operations Andy Loughnane. “Time Warner Cable SportsChannel is committed to extending the Crew SC viewership experience and value proposition.”

The television broadcast team for Columbus Crew SC this year will feature Dwight Burgess and Neil Sika as co-hosts, with Ashleigh Ignelzi serving as a sideline reporter for home matches. Burgess will be returning for his 20th season with the club, bringing more than three decades of soccer-specific broadcast experience. He has called the action for a variety of national and international soccer events, including XM Satellite Radio’s 2006 FIFA World Cup coverage. He spent two years as the radio play-by-play announcer for Ohio State men’s basketball and hockey. He also has ample soccer coaching experience, having started as the Assistant Head Coach at The Ohio State University for two years before progressing to Capital University. Burgess led Capital’s men’s and women’s programs to six conference championships and three NCAA Tournament berths combined.

Burgess is partnering with Sika, who previously served as the play-by-play announcer for the club's radio coverage over the past eight seasons. He began calling games for the Black & Gold in 2004 and formerly served as the voice of Ohio State hockey (2003-08) and baseball (2004-05). He is also the host and lead announcer for the FBU National Championship. His national credits include work for Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, the Big Ten Network, ESPN3, and Sirius XM's coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Ignelzi will be entering her seventh year and sixth full season on the sideline. Since 2007, she has covered national and international soccer for FOX Soccer, Sky Sports and FOX Sports Ohio, college football and basketball for the Big Ten Network, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, the NFL for FOX NFL Sunday and professional golf, football and basketball for ESPN the Magazine. She has worked as a sideline reporter for the Guinness International Champions Cup and the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team in addition to her Crew SC duties. She previously served as the host and feature reporter for “Game Time with Urban Meyer” and “Inside Ohio State Athletics” on FOX Sports Ohio. In 2013, she served as a College Football Analyst on the Time Warner Cable Sports Channel for the Mid-American Conference. Additionally, Ignelzi works as FOX Sports Ohio’s sideline reporter for its high school football “Game of the Week” and is the digital host for one of the most esteemed stops on the PGA Tour, the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance.

In addition, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will feature a healthy lineup of weekly programming to give fans an inside look at the club. “Access Crew SC” will air each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. ET, with the exception of the episode on Wednesday, February 25, which is slated to air at 9:00 p.m. ET. The show provides an in-depth look at the team on and off the pitch and will feature player interviews, exclusive features and a preview of the team’s upcoming match. 

“Timeless” will feature classic Crew SC games throughout the season. “Crew SC Condensed” will feature a one hour condensed version of the latest match, airing on Mondays after each match. “Black & Gold Originals” are periodic Crew SC specials and documentaries. 

Crew SC will also be covered in Center Circle, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel’s weekly national soccer show with an emphasis on the MLS clubs within its service footprint. Center Circle debuts Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET in Ohio.

“Crew SC is a valued partner of Time Warner Cable SportsChannel and we are proud of the breadth and quality of the content we offer our customers,” said Vice President and General Manager for TWC SportsChannel Jason Pheister. “We have a genuine commitment to the club, the League and the sport, and viewers can continue to expect unprecedented – and expanded – depth and access with top-notch production value.”

The Time Warner Cable SportsChannels are 24/7 networks that carry distinct, comprehensive local sports programming on different channels across the nation. In Ohio, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel is led by Columbus Crew SC, the Mid-American Conference and high school games and programming, and can be found in HD on Time Warner Cable channel 1311HD/311 across the state, as well as on channel 510 in the formerly Insight portions of the Columbus area and on channel 511HD/510 in the formerly Insight portions of the Cincinnati metropolitan area in northern Kentucky. For more information, visit www.twcsportschannel.com and follow the network on Twitter via @TWCSportsOH and Time Warner Cable at @TWC_Ohio. 

Permalink 09:19:00 am, by viewfromthepugh Email , 929 words   English (US) latin1
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Columbus Crew SC programming on Time Warner Cable Sportschannel kicks off this week

COLUMBUS – Columbus Crew SC’s regional television home, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, today announced its 2015 programming lineup for the Black & Gold, debuting this week with shoulder programming and a special episode of “Access Crew SC,” on Wednesday, February 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET that will feature behind-the-scenes coverage of preseason training from Bradenton, Fla. The club’s first regular-season game broadcast is scheduled for Saturday, March 7, at Houston, with pre-match coverage beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET.

In 2015, 32 of Crew SC’s 34 regular-season matches will be produced live in high definition on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel. “Crew SC Match Day” features a half hour of pre-match coverage and “Crew SC Post-Match” will offer a half hour of highlights and analysis, including the post-match news conference from Sporting Director and Head Coach Gregg Berhalter following home clashes. The two remaining matches on the regular-season schedule will air nationally onJuly 19 (vs. Chicago on ESPN2) and on September 6 (vs. FC Dallas on FOX Sports 1). The May 22 tilt against Chicago is set to air nationally on both Univision Deportes Network and locally on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel.

“The depth of programming planned for this season will provide Crew SC supporters additional inside access to our players and our club, both on and off the pitch, through increased Crew SC programming,” said Crew SC President of Business Operations Andy Loughnane. “Time Warner Cable SportsChannel is committed to extending the Crew SC viewership experience and value proposition.”

The television broadcast team for Columbus Crew SC this year will feature Dwight Burgess and Neil Sika as co-hosts, with Ashleigh Ignelzi serving as a sideline reporter for home matches. Burgess will be returning for his 20th season with the club, bringing more than three decades of soccer-specific broadcast experience. He has called the action for a variety of national and international soccer events, including XM Satellite Radio’s 2006 FIFA World Cup coverage. He spent two years as the radio play-by-play announcer for Ohio State men’s basketball and hockey. He also has ample soccer coaching experience, having started as the Assistant Head Coach at The Ohio State University for two years before progressing to Capital University. Burgess led Capital’s men’s and women’s programs to six conference championships and three NCAA Tournament berths combined.

Burgess is partnering with Sika, who previously served as the play-by-play announcer for the club's radio coverage over the past eight seasons. He began calling games for the Black & Gold in 2004 and formerly served as the voice of Ohio State hockey (2003-08) and baseball (2004-05). He is also the host and lead announcer for the FBU National Championship. His national credits include work for Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, the Big Ten Network, ESPN3, and Sirius XM's coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Ignelzi will be entering her seventh year and sixth full season on the sideline. Since 2007, she has covered national and international soccer for FOX Soccer, Sky Sports and FOX Sports Ohio, college football and basketball for the Big Ten Network, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, the NFL for FOX NFL Sunday and professional golf, football and basketball for ESPN the Magazine. She has worked as a sideline reporter for the Guinness International Champions Cup and the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team in addition to her Crew SC duties. She previously served as the host and feature reporter for “Game Time with Urban Meyer” and “Inside Ohio State Athletics” on FOX Sports Ohio. In 2013, she served as a College Football Analyst on the Time Warner Cable Sports Channel for the Mid-American Conference. Additionally, Ignelzi works as FOX Sports Ohio’s sideline reporter for its high school football “Game of the Week” and is the digital host for one of the most esteemed stops on the PGA Tour, the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance.

In addition, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will feature a healthy lineup of weekly programming to give fans an inside look at the club. “Access Crew SC” will air each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. ET, with the exception of the episode on Wednesday, February 25, which is slated to air at 9:00 p.m. ET. The show provides an in-depth look at the team on and off the pitch and will feature player interviews, exclusive features and a preview of the team’s upcoming match. 

“Timeless” will feature classic Crew SC games throughout the season. “Crew SC Condensed” will feature a one hour condensed version of the latest match, airing on Mondays after each match. “Black & Gold Originals” are periodic Crew SC specials and documentaries. 

Crew SC will also be covered in Center Circle, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel’s weekly national soccer show with an emphasis on the MLS clubs within its service footprint. Center Circle debuts Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET in Ohio.

“Crew SC is a valued partner of Time Warner Cable SportsChannel and we are proud of the breadth and quality of the content we offer our customers,” said Vice President and General Manager for TWC SportsChannel Jason Pheister. “We have a genuine commitment to the club, the League and the sport, and viewers can continue to expect unprecedented – and expanded – depth and access with top-notch production value.”

The Time Warner Cable SportsChannels are 24/7 networks that carry distinct, comprehensive local sports programming on different channels across the nation. In Ohio, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel is led by Columbus Crew SC, the Mid-American Conference and high school games and programming, and can be found in HD on Time Warner Cable channel 1311HD/311 across the state, as well as on channel 510 in the formerly Insight portions of the Columbus area and on channel 511HD/510 in the formerly Insight portions of the Cincinnati metropolitan area in northern Kentucky. For more information, visit www.twcsportschannel.com and follow the network on Twitter via @TWCSportsOH and Time Warner Cable at @TWC_Ohio. 

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