Director's Blog

Tue, Dec 3, 2013 9:26 am

Normally this spot is reserved for the Director’s Blog.  However, if key staff members of WOUB Public Media have opinions that are germane to public issues, we will begin to run their thoughts in this spot until we have created a new place for their views.  Today, News Director Tim Sharp shares his views of the drug epidemic we are facing as a nation and in our region.

Tue, Jul 2, 2013 9:32 am


Tue, Apr 2, 2013 11:53 am

If you are looking for some variety in radio programming, don't forget about 1340 WOUB-AM. We launched a new schedule in January 2013. It is now about three months old and if you haven't found it, we want to give you a gentle reminder.

Every weekday morning from 6-9 a.m. you can start your day with Public Radio Re-mix. It is a series of short stories delivered in a fast-paced format. Some are done by professionals and some are done by just ordinary people with extraordinary audio stories to tell.

Fri, Jan 4, 2013 10:14 am

As faithful listeners to WOUB radio over the years, you have become used to hearing a calm and deliberate voice saying: "This is Fred Kight, WOUB News."

When you heard that voice, you were reassured that you were getting accurate and dependable information from a professional newsman who understood your situation, your issues, and this region.

For almost 32 years, Fred's voice boomed out over our listening area of 55 counties and three states bringing you complete and detailed information about what was happening in our area that would affect your life.

Thu, Nov 1, 2012 9:22 am

Covering major news events such as big storms or elections used to be one-sided. News organizations such as WOUB gathered the news, packaged it, and then delivered it to you by television or radio only.

But, times have changed. News is no longer a monologue. It is no longer one dimensional.

It is now a dialogue between the media and the news consumer. It is a conversation involving traditional television and radio and also online sources and multiple forms of social media. It also is mobile -- news where you want it and how you want it.