The new five-floor building, located just east of OSU’s campus at the corner of 14th Avenue and Pearl Street (map), includes radio and television studios and community spaces for events.
Flexibly designed to allow for change as media evolves, the dynamic new headquarters focuses on open spaces for creativity and knowledge-sharing.
The new building features the Ross Community Studio, an open 2,200-square-foot engagement space; an expanded newsroom; broadcast studios; a performance studio; and a state-of-the art media learning lab. Experiential activities will grow tremendously as the new headquarters will host dozens of community events each year.
Want to arrange a group tour?
WOSU can arrange tours for large groups and organizations. These tours are for groups of more than 15 people. Submit an inquiry and an events specialist will contact you.
See where to park when you visit the new WOSU headquarters.
ADA accessible parking spaces are available in all garages and most surface lots across campus. Paid hourly parking and the display of a state-issued disability placard are required to use an accessible space. Please note, there is no visitor parking in any of the surface or gravel lots adjacent to the WOSU building.
View the SureParc tool to view where ADA parking is located on campus.
Community Engagement and Events
WOSU is delighted to provide a wide variety of events for our members and community – many now hosted in the Sandy and Andy Ross Community Studio located within the new headquarters. For information and to register to attend, visit wosu.org/events often!
A Transformative Moment In WOSU’s History Of Service
Since its first regular broadcast in 1922, WOSU Public Media has delivered engaging local and global news and public affairs programming, provided front-row access to musical performances, and inspired over two million Central Ohioans through lifelong learning experiences.
The new headquarters makes WOSU more accessible and engaging to the public and greatly expands our local programming capabilities. Many students will gain real-world and media experience working at WOSU.
Building a Green Headquarters
Awareness of sustainability was a key part of the design process of the WOSU Public Media headquarters. Smart planning and thoughtful use of resources provide an environmentally conscious design that impacts all levels of the building in a multitude of ways. Learn more.