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Virtual Resources from WOSU

COLUMBUS, OHIO, MARCH 25, 2020 – Ohio currently is under a stay-at-home order, but social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t have fun, learn something new, engage with people and have meaningful cultural experiences.

WOSU Public Media launched to curate local, national and international resources and virtual experiences that you can enjoy from the safety and comfort of your own home. Watch a live local music performance, take a museum tour, visit a national park, borrow a library book, play some trivia, take a dance class, browse an art fair. While many establishments and buildings are closed, these online experiences are open and available for everyone.

Central Ohioans are staying updated on the latest public health news via WOSU Public Media’s dedicated coronavirus website, listening to 89.7 NPR News, visiting the live blog, watching WOSU TV and receiving mobile app alerts. The new Virtual Experiences and Resources webpage can help you stay connected with people and experiences that enrich your time at home.

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

Amy Tillinghast
Senior Director of Marketing and Communications
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