A central Ohio health district is investigating a probable cluster of mumps cases after two cases were reported in one school building, in addition to 25 more cases in the county.
WOSU Public Media is among the few broadcasters in the country to unveil a new Code of Editorial Integrity covering areas of governance, management, content development, journalism, fundraising, partnerships and employee activities.
The Spring Radio Fund Drive at WOSU was a great success thanks to the 2,040 contributors who supported 89.7 NPR News and Classical 101 over the nine day drive.
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.
Governor Kasich used the Reeb Elementary School on the South Side of Columbus as his backdrop in signing the Ohio Capital Improvement Bill today. The 110-year old building will be renovated in the coming year and turned into a new community center designed to change lives in the neighborhood. State capital funds combined with City [...]
We’d like to give a huge shout out to the COSI Science Center as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Broad & High will have a feature on COSI’s legacy on its Wednesday, March 26 broadcast and the video will be posted online.
‘After the Score’ is the new sports podcast on 89.7 NPR News. With no rants and no nonsense, ‘After the Score’ is a weekly podcast that covers everything from Aaron Craft preparing for Senior Night at Ohio State University, the Columbus Blue Jackets’ roller coaster season to the roller derby.
An independent survey finds PBS programming is a most trusted place and safe place for children. Perhaps that is why the PBS Kids website had well over a million hits from kids and their parents in central Ohio last year. Or why WOSU TV is so proud to present PBS Kids programming all day every [...]
After waking up before dawn for 30 years and flying every week to Chicago for the past 15, Carl Kasell has announced he’s stepping down this spring after a five-decade career in broadcasting. Carl will record his final broadcast for Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! this spring. Wait Wait airs every Saturday on 89.7 NPR News at 11 am.
Since 1980 WOSU has been a big part of the bluegrass music scene in central Ohio. Our region has a high concentration of bluegrass music enthusiasts, but sometimes we’re still surprised at the reach of the music.
John Mount lived a life many of us would hope for ourselves — long, vigorous and full of impact. In his 95 years, he committed virtually all his efforts to improving Ohio State, especially focused on helping generations of OSU students achieve their goals. WOSU’s Amy Milbourne and student intern Khalid Moalim met with John [...]