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Navigating Medical Catastrophe

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“Navigating the Healthcare System During a Catastrophic Illness” is a four-part Conversations from Studio B program about Doug Mann and his journey through the complex healthcare system while suffering from a debilitating illness. Hosted by Jackie Wolf, Professor of Social Medicine in the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at Ohio University, she invites Doug to… Read More

Roshan Noorzai Studies Afghan War Journalism


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Roshan Noorzai received his PhD in Mass Communication in 2012 from Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies. Noorzai, an Afghan native, is an international broadcaster for Voice of America’s Afghanistan Service in Washington, D.C. He sat down with “Conversations from Studio B” host Kelee Riesbeck during OHIO’s International Alumni Reunion to talk about… Read More

Panel Continues Review of Ohio’s Alternative Energy Targets

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A committee evaluating the future of Ohio’s alternative-energy standards is continuing to gather testimony from experts. The Energy Mandates Study Committee meets again Thursday. The panel was created last year as part of compromise legislation that froze rollout for two years of state thresholds for alternative and renewable energy sources, such… Read More

American Masters – American Ballet Theatre: A History


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THIRTEEN’s American Masters series has teamed up with Emmy-and Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Ric Burns to co-produce a new documentary about American Ballet Theatre (ABT) in honor of its 75th anniversary. American Masters – American Ballet Theatre: A History premieres nationwide Friday, May 15, 2015 at 9 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). Delving into the… Read More