W25AI started a relationship with WCPO. Channel 25 aired WCPO Channel 9's 6:00 PM newscast at 7:00 PM in exchange for space on WCPO's tower. W25AI's antenna and transmitter moved to a new home with the help of local engineering legend Dave Schwarberg.
Cleveland Cavaliers on W25AI. In the fall of that same year, Channel 25 brought the NBA to Cincinnati's television audience.
Local shows are a focal point at W25AI. Channel 25 expanded its local programming with "Mad Dog TV with Mike Reddin" and the "Greater Cincinnati Business Review."
W25AI changed to WBQC. In March of 1997, Channel 25 became more known in the Cincinnati market after becoming a WB affiliate and airing the O.J. Simpson Trial.
WBQC introduced baseball season. Continuing our efforts in live event production, Channel 25 successfully produced the Findlay Market Parade on the Cincinnati Reds' Opening Day. Not only did Rick Flynn return to television for this event, but WLW's Andy Furman also joined him!
WBQC Channel 25 production truck at the Findlay Market Parade.
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