People

  • Reporter

    Adora Namigadde joined WOSU News in February 2017. A Michigan native (sorry Ohio!), she graduated from Wayne State University with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in French.

    Before moving to Columbus, Adora reported for 9&amp...

  • 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...

  • Host, Executive Producer of All Sides with Ann Fisher

    Ann Fisher joined WOSU in 2009 after nearly 30 years in the newspaper business. A native of Michigan, Ann earned a B.S. in journalism at Michigan State University.

    She has covered politics, public affairs, culture, media, and business...

  • Classical Morning Host

    Classical 101 Morning Announcer and Host of the Promusica Chamber Orchestra live broadcasts.

    Boyce Lancaster is an award-winning radio producer who has spent the last 25 years exploring classical music at WOSU-FM. His productions have...

  • Classical 101 Program Director
  • Bluegrass Ramble Host

    Born in mountain country Kentucky, Chet DeLong has lived in central Ohio for 43 years and been part of WOSU’s Bluegrass Ramble since 1990.

    He grew up listening to Farm and Fun Time on WCYB in Bristol, Va., featuring the Stanley Brothers...

  • Bluegrass Ramble Host

    Chris is a Central Ohio native and has worked at various Columbus area radio stations, beginning with high school. He joined WOSU in 1987 as host of a Big Band show.

    When that show was discontinued, he was asked to continue at the...

  • Classical Host

    Host of Music in Mid-Ohio, Musica Sacra, Opera and More and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra live broadcasts. Christopher also hosts Classical 101 By...

  • All Things Considered Host

    Clare Roth joined WOSU in February of 2017. After attending the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, she returned to her native Iowa as a producer for Iowa Public Radio.

    Besides her affinity for four-letter flyover...

  • News Morning Host

    Debbie Holmes began her career in broadcasting in Columbus after graduating from The Ohio State University. She left the Buckeye state to pursue a career in television news and worked as a reporter and anchor in Moline, Illinois and Memphis,...

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