Maryanne Zeleznik

News Director and Morning Edition Host, Host of Cincinnati Edition

In 2005, Maryanne Zeleznik came to 91.7 WVXU from WNKU where she served as News and Public Affairs Director for 20 years. At WVXU she is responsible for all news and public affairs programming, covers daily news, produces local features, regularly contributes news stories to National Public Radio, and hosts Morning Edition Monday through Friday, and Cincinnati Edition on Tuesday afternoons at 1:00 pm.

Zeleznik has won numerous regional and national journalism awards including the Leo C. Lee Award for significant contributions to public radio news from the Public Radio News Directors Incorporated, as well as awards from Ohio Associated Press, Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, and the Cincinnati Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Tue February 11, 2014

The Teenage Mind

Unlocking the mystery that is the teenage brain
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  As any parent with teenagers can tell you, those teen years can sometimes be confusing, aggravating, and frustrating.  Many have asked the question, “What is going on inside their heads?”  In his new book, BRAINSTORM: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain, Neuropsychologist Dr. Daniel Siegel sheds some light on the subject, and explains why teens think the way they do.

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Politics
8:53 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Ohio's 9th District Senate seat and 54th District House seat races could be interesting

Michael E. Keating

A couple of seats in the Ohio legislature could make for interesting races.  WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson talks about one seat held by Democrats for decades where a formidable Republican could be running and another where the incumbent is facing charges and could be on trial during the election.

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Cincinnati Edition
7:50 am
Sun February 9, 2014

HPV Vaccine and Sexual Behavior

New study shows no conection between HPV vaccine and increased risky sexual behavior
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Cincinnati Edition
7:50 am
Sun February 9, 2014

Winter Blues, Stress and Anxiety

Snow, cold and ice getting you down?
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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Tue February 4, 2014

Remembering and Learning from the Holocaust

The Yellow Star ordered by the Nazis for Jews to wear.
University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies

  An estimated 11 million people were killed during the Holocaust. Six million of them were Jews. Of those, more than one million were children. The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education, formed by a group of Holocaust survivors and their families, educates about the Holocaust, remembers its victims and acts on its lessons.

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