When you turn on 89.7 NPR News, we know you want quality programming. And we give it to you. But there are a couple of programs you like more than others, and some you aren’t as interested in. Don’t ask me how it works, but people much smarter than myself have been able to figure this stuff out.
He has spent decades in the newsroom on Ohio State’s campus, breaking news about education, legislation, agriculture and crime. He’s often been the first voice you’ve heard in the morning on Morning Edition. He’s often been with you throughout the afternoon, providing news updates during your work day. He is, of course, Tom Borgerding.
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.
Curious about the concept of “unretirement”? Then join Chris Farrell, author of Unretirement: How Baby Boomers Are Changing the Way We Think About Work, Community and the Good Life, for a discussion and book signing on Wednesday, June 24 at the Fawcett Center.
Columbus is gearing up for one of the summer’s most exciting weekends — the Columbus Arts Festival. We here at WOSU Public Media are very excited to be a media sponsor and have a presence at the festival all weekend long.
Join WOSU Public Media this Saturday for “Storybook Village” presented by Ohio History Connection. From 10am to 5pm the Ohio Village brings to life the timeless magic of books. It’s food, fun and your favorite PBS Kids characters like Super Why, Curious George and for the first time in Columbus – Peg plus Cat! Stop [...]
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.