WOSU Public Media, and other stations around the country, are celebrating American Graduate Day on October 3. Using a blend of media and community engagement to increase high school graduation rates, this day will surely have an impact on young people across the country.
I spent two days on the Harvard campus with Dr. Wilson in the year 2000 as preparation for a smaller documentary about his life and work. At the time, I was Director of the Center for Public Television & Radio at the University of Alabama, where E.O. Wilson received his undergraduate and Master’s degree.
We generally don’t like to brag as a station. Mostly, because we’re humble and stuff. But on a personal level, I love bragging about my co-workers. They are incredible people with incredible skills, and the upcoming Emmy awards are going to showcase their extreme talent.
Some of our more popular programming on WOSU TV are the British shows produced by the BBC. Until recently, these programs were only available for broadcast and could not be offered online.
Watch the WOSU Public Media original documentary that follows one man’s life from his childhood in Virginia to the most extreme environments on earth.
A panel discussion inspired by the Ken Burns’ directed PBS documentary, Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, will feature physicians from The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute along with a local representative from the American Cancer Society.
Can’t get enough of the Emmy award-winning documentary series Columbus Neighborhoods? The preview for Columbus Neighborhoods: Tri-Village is now available for viewing!
To give some background on the process of putting together our latest documentary, we’ve set up a Columbus Neighborhoods Producer’s Blog, where producer Brent Davis gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what went into making the Bexley documentary.