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89.7 FM is a Bluegrass Haven

89.7 FM is a Bluegrass Haven

| February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Since 1980 WOSU has been a big part of the bluegrass music scene in central Ohio. Our region has a high concentration of bluegrass music enthusiasts, but sometimes we’re still surprised at the reach of the music.

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Remembering John Mount

Remembering John Mount

| February 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

John Mount lived a life many of us would hope for ourselves — long, vigorous and full of impact. In his 95 years, he committed virtually all his efforts to improving Ohio State, especially focused on helping generations of OSU students achieve their goals.  WOSU’s Amy Milbourne and student intern Khalid Moalim met with John [...]

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WOSU provides live coverage of OSU Presidential Announcement

WOSU provides live coverage of OSU Presidential Announcement

| January 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

WOSU will have live coverage this afternoon from the OSU Longaberger Alumni House of the historic naming of a new President. Coverage begins at 4 pm of the OSU Board of Trustees meeting and the appointment of the 15th President in Ohio State’s 143-year history.

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Robert Lazarus Jr. – A Columbus Icon

Robert Lazarus Jr. – A Columbus Icon

| December 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Robert Lazarus Jr. died on Friday in Bexley.  My experience with Bob, half of the dynamic Bob & Mary Lazarus team, comes from his consistent support of WOSU, but also in serving with him on community boards.  He was thoughtful, positive and kind, always.  I saw his gentle leadership at work with boards like the [...]

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Downton Abbey – Season Four – The Countdown Begins!

Downton Abbey – Season Four – The Countdown Begins!

| November 26, 2013 | 2 Comments

Stoke the fireplace and cuddle up with some hot chocolate or something more interesting and get ready to tune in to Downton Abbey Season Four starting Sunday night January 5th on PBS and WOSU TV.  Yes, it’s a month way, but if you go to the official MASTERPIECE Downton Abbey USA website there is a [...]

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WOSU Wins National Award for Neighborhoods’ Classroom Project

WOSU Wins National Award for Neighborhoods’ Classroom Project

| October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Lesson plans created out of WOSU’s Columbus Neighborhoods documentary series have been honored with a national award from the National Educational Telecommunications Association for best use of digital media in the classroom.

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Fred Andrle one-on-one with Bill Cohen

Fred Andrle one-on-one with Bill Cohen

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Catch two legendary local radio news personalities on November 28th as retired WOSU talk host Fred Andrle interviews Bill Cohen, who has covered state politics for four decades for public radio.    

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Columbus Neighborhoods is Back!

Columbus Neighborhoods is Back!

| November 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Whether the election results went your way or another way, the robo-calls and negative political ads are gone! For that alone we should all celebrate. I hope you found WOSU TV and Radio a safe haven from those ads. Our focus now turns back to the neighborhoods of Columbus the premiere of our sixth neighborhood [...]

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The Genius of Ohio Stadium

The Genius of Ohio Stadium

| September 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Learn more about one of the most spectacular venues for college football in America, representing audacity, confidence, and most of all, genius. BUILD IT! The Genius of Ohio Stadium is a new exhibit open from now until October 25th at the Banvard Gallery, on the first floor of Knowlton Hall on the OSU Campus.  The [...]

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An Ohio Road Trip on 89.7 FM

An Ohio Road Trip on 89.7 FM

| June 6, 2012 | 1 Comment

Summer is great for Ohio road trips to learn more about our great state. The Ohio Humanities Council is supporting a new project using Ohio public radio producers and reporters to reinvent The Ohio Guide. During the Great Depression, the Federal Writers Project compiled The Ohio Guide to chronicle the state’s history and geography.  The [...]

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