The general public may examine information from WOSU Public Media’s public files by visiting our offices at 2400 Olentangy River Road in Columbus, Ohio or by sending a written request. More information about this process can be found by downloading the Public File Policy and Methodology document (PDF).
WOSU has a policy statement (PDF) confirming that federal Community Service Grant expenditures are used for purposes allowed by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
If you need assistance accessing this public file information or would like to request copies of the annual financial reports, please contact Joan Duffey at 614.292-9678. WOSU Public Media’s latest financial statement includes IRS Form 990 information.
The latest WOSU Public Media Community Report includes a review of WOSU content and services, plus an analysis about the reach and impact of those services during the past year.
- 2015 Local Content and Service Report to the Community
- 2016 Schedule A – WOSU FM
- 2016 Schedule A – WOSU TV
2016 Community Report
Find out how WOSU Public Media’s content and services impacted the community in 2016.
Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of WOSU Public Media to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons, and no person shall be discriminated against in employment because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, military status, citizenship, or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal law. We shall establish, maintain, and carry out a positive continuing program of specific practices designed to ensure equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in every aspect of station employment policy and practice. FCC Form 396 Exhibit 3 – Narrative Statement
The FCC requires WOSU to retain records to document that the station has satisfied these requirements. WOSU Public Media does this in the form of an annual EEO report, created on June 1st of each year. The report includes a listing of all vacancies, the recruitment sources used to fill the vacancies, the number of candidates interviewed and other related information.
The FCC requires that these reports, which may be maintained in an electronic format, shall be placed in the stations’ public file and retained until after grant of the renewal application for the license term during which the vacancy was filled. WOSU filed for a license renewal in 2012 and will do so again in 2020. Below are the reports for this license period.2016-2017 EEO Public File Report (PDF)