Tag: All Sides with Ann Fisher
Join WOSU Public Media at the Columbus Arts Festival this weekend to meet on-air hosts and PBS Kids character Super Why! as well Downton Abbey-yourself.
As we enter 2014, we tend to look back to consider what that ole 2013 was all about.Â At WOSU, we were especially thrilled in the past few months to create and recently upgrade a new app for smart phones and tablets.Â This allows you to listen to 89.7 and Classical 101 nearly anywhere and [...]
WOSU is again the proud media sponsor of the growing phenomenon called the TEDxColumbus event this Friday at COSI.Â The event is sold out, but you can still take part in viewing the day’s talks and performances: The McConnell Arts Center in Worthington on 161 next to Worthington High School will open their theater from [...]
If you missed the latest Columbus Neighborhoods – South Side documentary Monday night, no fear.Â It will run again on WOSU TV Thursday night (9/19) at 9 pm and again Sunday afternoon (9/22) at 4 pm.Â This is an ALL WOSU effort for our community to learn more about the history and future of our [...]
89.7 NPR News swept just about every reporting category and was named the Outstanding Radio News Operation by the Ohio Associated Press over the weekend.
If youâ€™re watching commercial television over the next few months, youâ€™re likely to grow weary of being bombarded with political advertisements.Â Yet another distinction of WOSU is that we will not accept political ads.Â Come to us for a safe haven from the â€œsuper PACâ€ spots! And stay with us if you want the real [...]
Columbus officially turns 200 on Feb. 14 !Â There are over a dozen FREE events taking place, in addition to 200Columbus Days, which offers discounts at Columbus attractions and entertainment, Feb. 11-15. For more information, go to www.200columbus.com WOSU is offering up a number of free opportunities to enjoy on February 14th – the official [...]
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 [...]