Governor Kasich today signed a bill to allow greater access to Nalozone used to fight drug overdoses.
Tom Rieland Archives For April 2013
The position she holds today may be unique. But it’s the way she got there that is even more amazing. Ling Ling Sun is the Chief Engineer here at WOSU TV. She is a Chinese immigrant and one of only a few women in broadcast engineering — even fewer reach the status of Chief Engineer.
We thank our teams from Nationwide, AEP, Fahlgren-Mortine and WOSU for contributing to support PBS Kids programming on WOSU TV through their involvement in this special celebrity In The Know. Individuals from the WOSU Friends Board contributed to support the WOSU team, which includes Ann Fisher, Mike Thompson, Christopher Purdy and Rob Walker. Root for [...]
It was an unprecedented day of breaking news last Friday after a night of violence and chaos in Boston. WOSU’s 89.7 NPR News provided live programming from NPR and the Boston NPR affiliate WBUR throughout the day and into the night.
The 89.7 FM Spring Pledge Drive goes from Thursday, April 18 through Friday, April 26. Our goal is $250,000, which goes directly to pay for the national and local programming you listen to every day. Future programming decisions hinge on maintaining and increasing memberships at WOSU. Every dollar, every pledge, is critical.
Ken Burns departs from his long loving pans of old photos to tackle more current events with this incredible documentary called THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE airing tonight at 9 pm on WOSU PBS. It’s a difficult time in our country right now with the Boston tragedy, but this dramatic story and slice of history is [...]
Our favorite son, Jack Nicklaus, was interviewed by Charlie Rose a few days ago. The first part of the interview is now online through Charle’s website. If you have golf fever like me, you will really enjoy it.
The 30th year of In The Know wraps up this Thursday night, April 18 at 5:30 on WOSU TV with the championship game – Upper Arlington vs. Bexley High School - two great and historic schools in our community.
There cannot be a better way to spend a morning than to talk with someone who has witnessed 99-years of history. Cleo Backus has not only “lived a full life” as she says, but has spent over 65 years of it listening to classical music on WOSU radio!