Governor Kasich today signed a bill to allow greater access to Nalozone used to fight drug overdoses.
You’re Mobile, Now WOSU Is Too!
Check us out on your tablet or smart phone through this brand new Mobile App available for free on your iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
The mobile app features live audio streaming of 89.7 NPR News and Classical 101, podcasts of local and national programs that air on those stations, and feeds from WOSU Public Media blogs on wosu.org. The mobile app has news headlines on demand from 89.7 NPR News, as well as podcasts of ‘All Sides with Ann Fisher’ and NPR shows including ‘Morning Edition’, ‘All Things Considered’ and ‘Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!’ with DVR-like controls, audio streams can be paused, rewound, and fast-forwarded.
Listeners to Classical 101 can also hear their favorite composers of classical music with the app – anytime, anywhere – as well as podcasts of ‘From the Top’, ‘Sunday Baroque’ and ‘Performance Today’. You can take Classical 101 with you no matter where you are in the world!
The mobile app allows users to share stories through social media and bookmark a program so they can go back and listen to it at their leisure. There is also MemberCard integration so WOSU members can find a listing of nearby businesses and attractions that offer discounts. WOW! We’ve had a great team working on this and we’re proud to offer this new service to our audience.