If it's happening in Athens, you'll probably hear about it on Conversations from Studio B, WOUB-AM's community talk program.
Conversations from Studio B is unique. It's not hosted by a regular radio "voice," but rather by volunteer hosts from the community. They bring their unique perspectives -- and their friends and visitors -- to WOUB's Studio B for lively conversations.
The talk may be about health, local government, the arts, area history or community events.
Tune in Sundays from noon - 2 p.m., weekdays at 9 a.m. or listen to selected shows from the archives on demand. For more information about Conversations from Studio B, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eric Mayville, a Westerville, Ohio native, returned to Ohio University this week to speak at the annual Schuneman Symposium on New Media and Photojournalism and inspire students to be entrepreneurs in the rapidly changing media environment.
On this edition of Hometown Heroes at Conversations from Studio B, Kaorin Marshall, an undergraduate student in the School of Communication Studies, and Kristen Okamoto, a doctoral student in the School of Communication Studies, talk with Robert Lockheed, an artist-in-residence from Athens.
On this edition of Hometown Heroes at Conversations from Studio B, Jared Fisher, a student in the School of Communication Studies, and Professor Lynn Harter talk with Susan Dlouhy, President of Norwich Consulting Services.
Kim talked with WOUB’s Tom Hodson while she was lecturing at the annual Schuneman Symposium co-sponsored by the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism and the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University.
David Wright Jr., digital product designer for Twitter in San Francisco, says that great design elements can elevate a person’s media experience – whether it is when you are consuming a journalistic story or when using social media.