Thursday, January 09, 2014

Learning Ohio’s history

We're members of Conestoga--a friends group to support the Ohio Historical Society. It seems to me that if you don't grow up in a state, you just don't absorb its history, so I'm learning what school children (in my era) would have learned in state history class. Today we're going over to the Fawcett Center for Tomorrow to hear about WOSU. If you would be interested in joining this interesting educational/philanthropic/social group check out the web site.

Licensed to The Ohio State University, WOSU has been a vital community resource since 1922. It has evolved into multiple services consisting of Classical 101 (FM); 89.7 NPR News (FM); WOSU TV and its sister station, WPBO TV; and regional FM stations in four other Ohio communities. WOSU television covers a quarter of Ohio reaching over 900,000 households.

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