More News From WOSU Public Media
Join WOSU Public Media for a lively political discussion in a casual setting. It’s Politics and a Pint! Wednesday, February 10 from 5:30-7:30pm at Dempsey’s Food & Spirits on South High Street.
In anticipation of the latest Columbus Neighborhoods documentary, New Americans, we’re releasing a set of short stories that tell the stories of the immigrant community in and around Columbus, Ohio.
Thanks to a donation from PBS KIDS® and Overstock.com, WOSU Public Media distributed 920 free books to the Columbus City School District, impacting more than 43 pre-kindergarten programs in local schools.
From paving roads to building a whole new town from the ground up, there’s no challenge too great for Bob the Builder™ and Team Bob. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Bob the Builder as he takes a break from building, digging and hauling to pose for photos at a free event this Halloween, complete with activities and a costume contest!
In response to the recent Federal Communications Commission’s Public Notice regarding the upcoming Spectrum Auction, which will impact television broadcasters across the country, WOSU Public Media is posting the following statement from The Ohio State University, which owns our broadcast license.
WOSU Public Media, and other stations around the country, are celebrating American Graduate Day on October 3. Using a blend of media and community engagement to increase high school graduation rates, this day will surely have an impact on young people across the country.
I spent two days on the Harvard campus with Dr. Wilson in the year 2000 as preparation for a smaller documentary about his life and work. At the time, I was Director of the Center for Public Television & Radio at the University of Alabama, where E.O. Wilson received his undergraduate and Master’s degree.
When you turn on 89.7 NPR News, we know you want quality programming. And we give it to you. But there are a couple of programs you like more than others, and some you aren’t as interested in. Don’t ask me how it works, but people much smarter than myself have been able to figure this stuff out.
He has spent decades in the newsroom on Ohio State’s campus, breaking news about education, legislation, agriculture and crime. He’s often been the first voice you’ve heard in the morning on Morning Edition. He’s often been with you throughout the afternoon, providing news updates during your work day. He is, of course, Tom Borgerding.