WOSU shedding basement digs for OSU studio

WOSU Public Media is moving up, literally.

The Public Broadcasting Service member television station was the recipient of a $5 million gift that will allow them to move from their basement digs at the Fawcett Center on Olentangy River Road to a new studio in the 15th and High District across from OSU.

A local couple and 30-year members, Sandy and Andy Ross, were the generous donors.


They told Columbus Business First that WOSU is a huge part of their lives and they want to inspire others to adopt it into their lifestyles.

The new location will enable the station to more easily and frequently collaborate with the radio, TV, and computer graphics design studios at the Wexner Center for the Arts.

The exact location of WOSU’s new studio will be N. Pearl Street and 14th Avenue.


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