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 stateâ€™s history and geography.Â The [...]
On April 24, 1922, Ohio State President William Oxley Thompson stepped to a microphone and said the first words heard on a radio station in Columbus: â€œWe are starting tonight the first of a series of programs of entertainment and instruction for the citizens of Central Ohio. These programs will be of the highest type, [...]
WOSU presents a new half hour documentary: Jesse Owens: Enduring Spirit airing nationally on the Big Ten Network this Tuesday night at 9 pmÂ following the Ohio State basketball game on BTN.Â If you miss it, tune in to WOSU TV for our premiere of the documentary on Sunday, February 12th at 6:30 pm.Â It [...]
Effective December 9, 2011, WOSU Public Media will no longer broadcast its NPR and local news programming schedule on 820 AM, which has been duplicated over the past year on 89.7 FM in central Ohio. Listeners should switch over to 89.7FM to continue receiving the quality news programming they have come to expect such as [...]
Folks, here is an excerpt from a WOSU press release issued this afternoon.Â This is bittersweet in that 820AM has been part of WOSU and Ohio State since 1922, but we’ve planned for years to move our focus to FM to grow our listenership and this completes the circle. – WOSU Public Media announced today [...]
WOSU lost three of its stellar staff to retirement this week – Phyllis Madry, Tom Lahr and Sheri Walker.
I was privileged to be asked to give a “Lecture in the Tent” about the coverage of news using the medium of radio, television, iPod, twitter and other technology in the 21st century at the 4th annual Chautauqua Celebration of Lifelong Learning.