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Directions to FOX19 NOW Offices

Directions to FOX19 NOW:
19 Broadcast Plaza
635 W. Seventh Street
C
incinnati, Ohio 45203

MAIN LINE: (513) 421-1919
NEWSROOM: (513) 421-0119 
FAX: (513)421-2940 or (513) 421-3022 (For Newsroom fax) 

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*Please note: Even though our address is 635 W. Seventh Street, you cannot enter our parking lot from Seventh Street. You can only access FOX19 from Gest Street. Inputting 650 Gest Street into your GPS will bring you to the parking lot entrance.

From I-71 Southbound
From I-71 South, proceed through Downtown on Ft. Washington Way and get in left lane to take the River Rd./Rt. 50 W exit. Take the Gest Street exit (on the left) and merge to the right at the end of the ramp onto Gest Street, then right again into 19 Broadcast Plaza. Park in the visitors parking lot on the lower level. 

From I-71/75 Northbound
When I-71 and I-75 split, take the River Road/Linn Street exit. Please note as you cross the Brent Spence Bridge into Ohio, you want to be in the third lane from the left. Take the Gest Street exit (on the left) and merge to the right at the end of the ramp onto Gest Street, and then right again into 19 Broadcast Plaza. Park in the visitors parking lot on the lower level.

From I-75 Southbound
Going south on I-75, take the Freeman Avenue exit.  At the light, turn left onto Gest Street and follow it for a ½ mile. Do not take the ramp onto Linn Street. Once you go under a bridge, our building is on the left side. Park in the visitors parking lot on the lower level.

From I-471 Northbound
Going north on I-471, take the Sixth Street exit and follow it all the way through Downtown. This takes you directly to River Road. When you see signs for River Road, get in the far left hand lane and take the Gest Street exit (on the left) and merge to the right at the end of the ramp. Turn right again into 19 Broadcast Plaza. Park in the visitors parking lot on the lower level.

Entering the Building
Park in visitors parking and enter the building via the middle door marked "Main Entrance" and ring the buzzer. Someone will be out to escort you inside.

If you get lost or have trouble accessing the building, please call 513-421-0119 (News) or 513-421-1307 (Sales).

Prize Pick-Up
Please note that prizes awarded from FOX19 can be picked up between the hours of 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. Monday through Friday.

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