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Carrie Beyer HeadshotCOLUMBUS, OHIO, OCTOBER 27, 2021 – WOSU Public Media has hired Carrie Beyer as producer of the local TV series Broad & High. Beyer came to Columbus in 1987 to attend OSU and never left. She has worked for The Ohio State University and OSU Wexner Medical Center for over 22 years and also has taught in the Interactive Media Department at Columbus State Community College.

“This is truly a dream job for me!” Beyer said. “Working in public media and helping creatives and community members tell their stories is an honor. As an added bonus, I get to work with such a talented, passionate and compassionate group of people at WOSU.”

“We are just over the moon to have such a seasoned professional and storyteller on board,” said Cindy Gaillard, WOSU content director for television. “Carrie’s work to promote the Wexner Medical Center took her to the frontlines of the latest advances in medical technology and now she is lending that depth of experience to the Broad & High team.”

About Broad & High
WOSU’s Broad & High is the popular Emmy® Award-winning magazine show that explores the character and creativity of Columbus and beyond. Many episodes feature Broad & High Presents Local Music, a series with in-studio performances and interviews with Central Ohio bands. Major funding for Broad & High is provided by the Greater Columbus Arts Council, with contributing funding from the Bill & Mae McCorkle Foundation. Broad & High airs Thursdays at 8pm on WOSU TV.

About WOSU Public Media
The mission of WOSU Public Media is to engage, inform and inspire our diverse community. An NPR and PBS affiliate licensed by The Ohio State University, WOSU is a noncommercial multimedia organization serving over two million citizens in Central Ohio through broadcast, digital, programming, public engagement and education experiences. Learn more at wosu.org.

Contact:
Amy Tillinghast
Senior Director, Marketing & Communications
amy.tillinghast@wosu.org | 614-688-2166