Tag: 89.7 NPR News
Columbus Jazz Orchestra’s 2013-2014 concert series, ‘Swingin’ with the CJO’, will be featured Friday nights in June at 7pm on 89.7 NPR News.
WOSU 89.7 NPR News reporter Mandie Trimble recently tackled the shocking story of Ohio and Franklin County’s high infant mortality rate. Rates are highest among the most vulnerable neighborhoods in central Ohio and the racial disparity is growing.
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.
In an interesting take on the JFK assassination anniversary on Friday, NPR’s Here & Now will track the events in Dallas on November 22, 1963 in close to real time. The series of special reports starting at noon and continuing to 4 pm on 89.7 NPR News will mirror the news as it was reported [...]
On Nov. 5, Columbus School District voters face a big decision – 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.
People are often surprised by how critical membership is to WOSU’s bottom line. Despite what you might hear about federal, state or University funding, over a third of the budget comes from individual members and private support makes up the majority of the annual $9.6 million WOSU budget.
If you missed the latest Columbus Neighborhoods – South Side documentary Monday night, no fear. It will run again on WOSU TV Thursday night (9/19) at 9 pm and again Sunday afternoon (9/22) at 4 pm. This is an ALL WOSU effort for our community to learn more about the history and future of our [...]
We’re midway through hurricane season, which reminded me of the reports out of the east coast after Hurricane Sandy last year. The ability to provide timely emergency information to our citizens has been tested mightily in recent years. The clear winner are the broadcast radio stations across America. What about our smart phones you say? [...]