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We’re infatuated by it. We really are. It seems like everyone around the office is talking about Serial: The Podcast. Did he do it? What’s going to happen next? What’s the deal with Jay? This is so exciting!
It’s becoming a bit of a tradition at our WOSU@COSI production offices to arrange potluck lunches to spice up the work week and give everyone the chance to catch-up with their co-workers. Many of our producers spend their days out in the field on shoots or hunkered down in an edit bay working on projects like Columbus Neighborhoods or Broad & High. With the temperatures dipping and winter upon us, we decided a Chili Potluck was in order.
If media is a career you’ve set your sights on, then I have three pieces of advice for you: intern, intern, intern. This is a great way to receive a crash-intro course into what a career in media is like and gauge whether it’s where you can see yourself spending the next 5-20 years.
I mean. Buzzfeed can perfectly summarize a lot of things. And its recent article “22 Things All PBS Kids Will Never Forget” hits the nail on the head. If you watched PBS at all in the 90′s (either as a kid, or as a parent of a PBS kid) this will most likely hit home.
Our WOSU@COSI Studio and Event Space was home to TedxYouth@Columbus this past Saturday where both the audience and presenters were made up of bright young minds from throughout the central Ohio community. The theme was “Surge Ahead” and the guest speakers offered their peers advice on how to break boundaries, pursue their dreams, and develop their own ideas that will inspire the world.
Call the servants to serve the champagne because Downton Abbey was just renewed for a Sixth Season! And what a perfect time to announce that we plan to celebrate the upcoming premiere of Season Five this January with a special cocktail reception and screening.
WOSU Public Media pulled out all its multimedia tools to bring listeners, viewers, and web users the latest on Tuesday’s election. 89-7 NPR News offered live coverage from 8pm to 1am, WOSU TV’s Ohio channel provided live Ohio returns at 10:00, and wosu.org offered a steady stream of election news and anecdotes.