Radio

WOSU Public Media’s radio stations offer listeners of news and classical music. 89.7 NPR News is the only 24-hour FM NPR news station in central Ohio delivering national and local news and quality talk programming. Classical 101.1 FM is the only classical music radio in central Ohio.

Download the WOSU Media Kit (PDF).

For more information, contact Christine Sadic, Program Support and Foundation Giving Manager, at 614.247.4469 or christine.sadic@wosu.org.

89.7 NPR News

All Sides with Ann Fisher Mandie Trimble, 89.7 NPR News

Drive Time Listenership

AM Drive (5 – 9 am)

45,946 listeners

Morning Edition
Source: PPM 7/12–6/13, Yearly Average

 

PM Drive (4 – 7 pm)

51,069 listeners

All Things Considered, Marketplace
Source: PPM 7/12–6/13, Yearly Average

89.7 FM NPR News reaches approximately 100,685 listeners weekly with WOSU’s award-winning local news, NPR news, information programs, and weekend fare such as Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, This American Life, and Car Talk. Audience information is an average from PPM 2012 6 am to midnight.

Each underwriting message is 20 seconds in length. Messages also will be hear on 89.7 NPR News’ streaming audio channel online at wosu.org and on the WOSU Public Media mobile app.

Learn more about where your organization’s message can reach 89.7 NPR News’s listeners by viewing the station’s program schedule.

Classical 101

Collage of classical music performers

Classical 101
Network Stations

WOSB 91.1 FM Marion/Delaware
WOSP 91.5 FM Portsmouth
WOSE 91.1 FM Coshocton
WOSV 91.7 FM Mansfield

Classical 101.1 FM reaches approximately 59,767 listeners
weekly. Classical 101 features WOSU’s local hosts each weekday from 6am – 8pm, reaching 47,100 loyal listeners. Audience information is a six month average from PPM December 2012 to June 2013.

Each underwriting message is 20 seconds in length. Messages also will be hear on Classical 101′s streaming audio channel online at wosu.org and on the WOSU Public Media mobile app.

Learn more about where your organization’s message can fit into Classical 101 by viewing the station’s program schedule.