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Bruce Goldberg in broadcast booth

Former WOUB Student Finds His Way Back to the Broadcast Booth


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Bruce Goldberg never completely left WOUB or broadcasting behind  ATHENS, OH – It’s been nearly 50 years since Bruce Goldberg graduated from Ohio University. During that time, he had a wonderful career working in marketing and communications in the transportation industry, but there’s always been that nagging “what might’ve been” and one place he’s never… Read More

Chuck Swirksy and broadcast team

Former WOUB Student and Chicago Bulls Play-by-Play Announcer Celebrates Appreciation of Southeast Ohio with Joe Burrow


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Chuck Swirsky credits WOUB with career success   ATHENS, OH – As Chicago Bulls Radio Play-by-Play Announcer Chuck Swirsky gets ready to watch tonight’s NCAA National Championship Game where LSU will play Clemson, he can’t help but be filled with pride and thankful that his time as a student sports reporter and anchor at WOUB… Read More

Taylor Mirfendereski Headshot

Former WOUB Student Appointed to SPJ Board of Directors


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ATHENS, OH – Former WOUB Public Media student and Ohio University graduate Taylor Mirfendereski has been appointed to the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Board of Directors. Mirfendereski, who graduated from the Honor’s Tutorial College with a journalism degree, is now an investigative/special projects reporter at KING 5 News in Seattle, Washington. She specializes in multimedia reporting and in-depth… Read More

Headshot of Dan Slentz in production facilities at New World Symphony

Former WOUB Student Involved in Design of Largest Ultra High Definition Production Facility


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ATHENS, OH – As chief video engineer at New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida, former WOUB student and Ohio University graduate Dan Slentz helped design and put together one of the largest Ultra High Definition production facilities under one roof in the United States. It’s an experience that Slentz believes would not have been… Read More