It’s pledge week on 89.7 NPR News and Classical 101. You might wonder about supporting the top radio news operation in the state of Ohio or the only source for classical music on the radio dial. If you need more information about ALL that WOSU does in the central Ohio community, please spend a minute to review our 2013 Community Report.
I will be the first to admit that I am not an opera aficionado.Â Yet, I have good friends in Columbus who enjoy the many opportunities to attend opera concerts.Â It is the Metropolitan Opera “live” broadcasts into local theaters that sent me in great anticipation to the Crosswoods Cinema over the weekend to see [...]
People are often surprised by how critical membership is to WOSU’s bottom line. Despite what you might hear about federal, state or University funding, over a third of the budget comes from individual members and private support makes up the majority of the annual $9.6 million WOSU budget.
With long time host Christopher Purdy at the helm, Classical 101 (101.1 FM) will be broadcasting one of the mightiest works of all time – Mahlerâ€™s â€œResurrectionâ€ Symphony LIVE this Saturday night, October 5th at 8 pm.
We are so pleased to unveil our newly designated “Anne Melvin Classical Music Studio” in honor of a long-time advocate for the arts and classical music in central Ohio.
There cannot be a better way to spend a morning than to talk with someone who has witnessed 99-years of history.Â Cleo Backus has not only “lived a full life” as she says, but has spent over 65 years of it listening to classical music on WOSU radio!Â
Last Friday night, the NPR program From The Top came to the McCoy Center for the Arts in New Albany. WOSU was the media sponsor for the evening.Â