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.
Nonprofits like WOSU Public Media are always looking ahead. What are the new opportunities that might best serve our community? I want to spend just a moment looking back.
This Wednesday we had our holiday party for WOSU Public Media staff, volunteers, interns, and board members. Everyone had a great time bowling at Ten Pin Bowling Alley in Hilliard, although some people threw a few too many gutter balls… It is definitely one of the most universally enjoyed holiday parties WOSU has had in recent years.
It’s becoming a bit of a tradition at our WOSU@COSI production offices to arrange potluck lunches to spice up the work week and give everyone the chance to catch-up with their co-workers. Many of our producers spend their days out in the field on shoots or hunkered down in an edit bay working on projects like Columbus Neighborhoods or Broad & High. With the temperatures dipping and winter upon us, we decided a Chili Potluck was in order.
There was a lobster on the loose at work today. And one of our staffers had a splitting headache for some reason. The Cat in the Hat became friends with a witch and a Vulcan implored us to live long and prosper. To which Rosie the Riveter responded, “We can do it!” Just another day [...]
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.