COLUMBUS, OHIO, AUGUST 28, 2020 – Central Ohio viewers are now able to watch WOSU TV’s primary channel broadcasts streamed online and through the WOSU mobile app.
Digital access to WOSU TV is provided for the first time at:
“Viewing habits are changing,” said Tom Rieland, WOSU Public Media general manager. “In partnership with PBS, we are very pleased you can now livestream your favorite PBS dramas, public affairs, science and nature, and our award-winning local programming. Everything is at your fingertips on your smart phone or tablet and through our popular WOSU mobile app.”
WOSU Public Media’s locally produced shows include Broad & High, Columbus Neighborhoods, In the Know and Columbus on the Record. National programming includes arts, science, travel and news, with PBS featuring Masterpiece, NOVA, Antiques Roadshow and the educational entertainment of PBS KIDS.
The new streaming service is only available to WOSU TV viewers within the Central Ohio coverage area.
Coming soon, the livestream of WOSU TV will also be available on PBS’ channel on Amazon Fire TVs, Apple TV and select Samsung Smart TVs. Details of this new service are available at wosu.org/watchlive.
In addition to the new livestream, watch WOSU TV on channel 34.1, Spectrum 1007, WOW! 205, AT&T UVerse 1034, Direct TV 34 and YouTube TV. WOSU’s other TV channels are also available to stream: WOSU Kids and WOSU Ohio.
About WOSU Public Media
The mission of WOSU Public Media is to engage, inform and inspire our diverse community. An NPR and PBS affiliate, WOSU is a noncommercial multimedia organization serving over two million citizens in Central Ohio through broadcast, digital, programming, events and education experiences. A licensee of The Ohio State University, member-supported WOSU Public Media moves its headquarters and studios to the new 15+HIGH District on campus in 2021. Learn more at wosu.org.