The state watchdog has released a much-anticipated investigative report on the investment scandal that engulfed Ohio in 2005 and resulted in 19 convictions.
Tom Rieland Archives For November 2012
Make plans to attend the popular musical extravaganza celebrating the holiday season and showcasing Ohio State’s many performing group this Friday, Nov. 30th at 8 pm at Mershon Auditorium. In a nonstop collage of performances, catch the OSU Symphony, Jazz Ensemble, Glee Clubs and much more. If you attend or you miss it, WOSU TV, for the [...]
Watch a series of Buckeye Classics programs this Saturday at 4 pm after the OSU-Michigan game. Make the switch to PBS and WOSU to watch historic games and a feature on Woody Hayes. Coach Hayes would’ve been 100 years old in February, by the way. Here’s a sneak peek at what the fans in the [...]
Catch two legendary local radio news personalities on November 28th as retired WOSU talk host Fred Andrle interviews Bill Cohen, who has covered state politics for four decades for public radio.
WOSU, for a limited time, is now offering the ‘Columbus Neighborhoods Holiday Special’. WOSU’s award-winning television documentary series, Columbus Neighborhoods, is now available in a commemorative boxed set of 6 DVDs for just $125. This special offer is open to the public for a limited time until 12/14. The set includes all six of the [...]
Whether the election results went your way or another way, the robo-calls and negative political ads are gone! For that alone we should all celebrate. I hope you found WOSU TV and Radio a safe haven from those ads. Our focus now turns back to the neighborhoods of Columbus the premiere of our sixth neighborhood [...]
Our news and production staff are busy planning WOSU’s multimedia election night coverage. You can watch, listen and surf online for the best election coverage on WOSU: On WOSU TV, we present at “Live” Columbus on the Record special, 7:30-8pm, followed by PBS NewsHour coverage. News Director Mike Thompson will provide special local reports through [...]
An interview today with the head of the New York State Broadcasters Association in Radio World points once again to the critical importance of local broadcasters – radio and television – during a crisis like Hurricane Sandy. David Donovan said a broadcast engineer in New York noted that “essentially, the only communications that seemed to [...]