Expanded content, Community Engagement Among Goals Of WOSU Public Media

When Tom Rieland, common supervisor of WOSU Public Media, thought of a change of venue and updates in 2016, the published firm had spent almost 45 years within the basement of the Fawcett Heart. 

After talking with Ohio State College directors a few transition, Rieland started taking options from WOSU workers. 

Between the requests for new gear and revolutionary packages, one fixed emerged: extra home windows. 

"Structure defines an space," stated Cindy Gaillard, director of native content material for WOSU-TV (Channel 34). "We're stuffed with home windows and that was very intentional as a result of we would like the group to know it is a place for you."

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WOSU's new headquarters

On the firm's new headquarters, situated at 1800 N. Pearl St. (the nook of East 14th Avenue and North Pearl Road close to the OSU campus), the location of enormous home windows is only one of many alluring options of the $32 million venture. "This place, even throughout COVID-19, is constructed for face-to-face engagement," Rieland stated. "It is a problem, however it will not be a problem endlessly. So it is an thrilling time." The four-story, 53,000-square foot heart — about one-third bigger than its earlier location — is full of state-of-the-art TV and radio gear, lush studio areas and enhancing suites, indoor and outside engagement areas and different options.

On the primary ground of the newly constructed constructing, the Ross Neighborhood Studio can even be residence to small live shows,

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