Amy Juravich

News Midday Host, Assistant Program Director

Amy Juravich is the Midday Host on 89.7, NPR News and the radio promotions producer for both 89.7 and Classical 101. She also directs 89.7’s talk show All Sides with Ann Fisher.

Amy joined WOSU Public Media in 2007. She began her career in public radio at WDUQ-FM (a Pittsburgh NPR news station) and worked in Tallahassee, Florida as a reporter for WFSU-FM and Florida Public Radio covering capital news for the state.

She was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and graduated from Duquesne University with a B.A. in journalism and a B.A. in English. Amy also attended OSU’s John Glenn School of Public Affairs earning a Masters in Public Administration with a focus in nonprofit management.

Amy lives in Clintonville with her husband and daughter.

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Ohioans Closely Watch Final Debate

Oct 16, 2008

The third and final presidential debate was last night and central Ohioans gathered across the city at debate watching parties to observe the debate and discuss the issues.

About 70 people gathered at the Buckeye Hall of Fame Caf but they weren't cheering on their favorite football team. This group representing the Ohio Education Association was cheering for Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama.

It is not just local families who have a lot of clean up and recovery ahead of them after Sunday's wind storm. Local businesses are hurting after power outages forced them to close their doors. But as WOSU's Amy Juravich reports, some stores are working through this difficult time.

The power outages were sporadic late Monday afternoon on North High Street. One business had power while its neighbors on either side were in the dark.

"It's hurting really bad because we don't see as many customers as normally."