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Producer Club

The Producers Club, WOSU’s leadership giving society, is a community of our most generous and engaged donors committed to the future of WOSU Public Media.

Producers Club members are essential to the success of WOSU Public Media.

Your gift provides vital support, and each station, channel and program across WOSU benefit from your generosity. As a Producers Club member, you are invited to events and programs, giving you the opportunity to build relationships with WOSU leadership, producers, staff and like-minded community members.

Join the Producers Club Today!

Your support provides a stable source of funding, allowing WOSU to continue to produce its trusted content and quality programming, while launching vital new initiatives to create a deeper connection with our community. When you join the Producers Club through an annual contribution of $1,200 or more, you make an important investment in the future of WOSU.

Producers Club Benefits

  • One-on-one concierge liaison to keep you connected with WOSU
  • Private tours of WOSU Public Media, upon request
  • Early access and invitations to premieres, screenings and events
  • Behind-the-scenes experiences with WOSU, PBS and NPR personalities and leadership
  • Recognition on
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Many WOSU donors want to provide support for a particular service or initiative such as Classical 101 or strengthening children’s educational TV programming or advancing news and public affairs journalism.

Let us work with you to create the type of gift that is most meaningful to you and results in maximum impact for the community.

If you are interested in supporting a specific cause or have questions about the Producers Club, please contact the WOSU Office of Advancement.

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Neil Legacy Society

The Neil Legacy Society honors those who have invested in WOSU’s tradition of excellence long into the future. This special group of supporters have named WOSU as a beneficiary of a planned gift.

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