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Fort Hayes students interview Sheila Castellarin, a former Milo-Grogan resident. The Uncovering the History of Milo-Grogan episode has been nominated for an Ohio Valley Emmy award.

Fort Hayes students interview Sheila Castellarin, a former Milo-Grogan resident. The Columbus Neighborhoods Milo-Grogan episode has been nominated for a Ohio Valley Emmy award.

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COLUMBUS, OHIO, JUNE 10, 2019 – WOSU Public Media garnered 10 Ohio Valley Regional EMMY® nominations for work produced in 2018.

The Ohio Valley Chapter serves 13 television markets in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia. Nominees were announced June 5 and winners will be recognized during the 55th Annual Ohio Valley Regional EMMY Awards ceremony held on August 10.

WOSU’s nominations include segments from the beloved documentary series Columbus Neighborhoods.

The weekly arts and culture magazine show Broad & High received several nominations, along with a nod to Broad & High Presents Local Music, a new in-studio music series of performances by Columbus and Central Ohio bands.

WOSU Productions received additional recognition. A series of videos spotlighting artists living in Columbus developed for the Greater Columbus Arts Council’s Art Makes Columbus campaign were recognized with a nomination. A nine-minute video “Surviving an Active Aggressor” developed for Ohio State University’s Department of Public Safety was also nominated.

The complete list of WOSU Public Media nominations with links:

Columbus Neighborhoods: Uncovering the History of Milo-Grogan
Category: Education/Schools Program

Columbus Neighborhoods: Central Ohio Cemeteries
Category: Documentary/Historical

Columbus Neighborhoods: The Story of Pleasant Litchford
Category: Magazine Feature/Segment

Columbus Neighborhoods: Florence Kenyon Hayden Rector
Category: Nostalgia Program

Broad & High
Category: Magazine Program

Broad & High: How Beautiful Am I? New Harlem Renaissance Interpretations
Category: Arts/Entertainment – Feature/Segment

Broad & High: Julia Hamilton: In Living Color
Category: Arts/Entertainment – Feature/Segment

Broad & High Presents
Category: Audio-Craft

Columbus Makes Art
Category: Community/Public Service (PSAs)

Surviving an Active Aggressor
Category: Short Format Program – Informational

About WOSU Public Media
A licensee of The Ohio State University, WOSU Public Media is a non-profit, community supported, noncommercial multimedia organization serving 31 counties in Ohio.

An NPR and PBS affiliate, WOSU offers programming and services through two public radio stations (89.7 NPR News and Classical 101), a public TV station made up of four channels (WOSU TV, WOSU Plus, WOSU Ohio and WOSU Kids), a mobile app, and two websites ( and

From initiatives like Ready To Learn®, which provides workshops to childcare providers, teachers and parents, to American Graduate, which looks at workforce issues in Ohio, to offering venues for civil discourse, the mission of WOSU Public Media is to enrich lives through content and experiences that engage, inform, and inspire.

About Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is a professional service organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and related media and to the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry.

As one of 19 regional chapters, we are the standard-bearers for excellence in the television broadcasting industry and the gatekeepers of the prestigious regional EMMY® Award.