WOSU Public Media was happy to host the annual meeting of Ohio Public Radio station managers with special guests, Gemma Hooley, NPR Vice President of Member Partnership and Bob Kempf, Vice President of NPR Digital Services who graciously travelled from Washington, DC and Boston respectively to visit with us.
Over the past ten months, we’ve been reviewing the organization’s mission, vision, values and strategic plan. It’s critical in these rapidly changing times to refocus our limited resources on how we, as a nonprofit public media organization, can best serve you.
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.
Governor Kasich used the Reeb Elementary School on the South Side of Columbus as his backdrop in signing the Ohio Capital Improvement Bill today.Â The 110-year old building will be renovated in the coming year and turned into a new community center designed to change lives in the neighborhood.Â State capital funds combined with City [...]
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.
On Nov. 5, Columbus School District voters face a big decision â€“ whether to approve a 24 percent increase in school taxes. WOSU 89.7 NPR News is taking a week-long critical look at the levy request.