Abby Zalenski’s grandpa lived thanks to a charity ride-funded treatment, and that put her on a path to help others.
Leticia Wiggins ’11, ’13 MA, ’16 PhD dedicates herself to authentically reflecting the Ohioans who enrich our community.
At Columbus’ premier performing arts group, CEO Chad Whittington ’99 expertly juggles priorities so the shows can go on.
Original shows, national series and local events provided by WOSU make for rich resources for families and teachers.
WOSU Public Media has enriched Central Ohioans’ lives from the earliest days of radio to these times of plentiful ways to tune in. What comes next? New GM Ronnie Agnew shares.
WOSU’s John Prosek is a master at capturing scenes from these memorable days, but it was daily TV that first hooked him.
These strategies can help keep the computers and devices that dominate our days from dominating our minds.
The journalist who expertly shares ‘All Sides’ of local-to-global issues that matter came to WOSU a virtual radio newbie.
A Buckeye to be proud of, the newly retired coach spent her life racking up wins and showing women belong in leadership.
WOSU and its Columbus team have a history of influencing the national stage and contributing meaningful shows to NPR.
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