Marketing & Communications Director
Hailing from New England, Meredith joined WOSU Public Media in 2012 after marrying a native of the Buckeye State. She has an extensive media marketing background and has worked at McGraw-Hill, Nickelodeon Productions and Golf Channel.
Digital Media Producer
Michael De Bonis moved to Columbus in 2012 to work as the producer of All Sides with Ann Fisher, the live news talk show on 89.7 NPR News. In his current role, he develops and creates digital content including podcasts and web videos...
Director of Technology
Chief Content Director - News & Public Affairs
Mike Thompson spends much of his time correcting people who mispronounce the name of his hometown – Worcester, Massachusetts. Mike studied broadcast journalism at Syracuse University when he was not running in circles – as a distance runner on...
Chief Content Director - Digital Media
Nick Houser leads the digital media team and oversees all things digital, including wosu.org, columbusneighborhoods.org, digital content, the
Rob joined WOSU Public Media in 1995. In his 20 years, he’s helped WOSU raised almost $50,000,000 through on-air pledge, direct mail, email and telemarketing.
Rob has produced pledge for both radio and TV and has worked with PBS pledge...
TV Program Director
Stacia moved to Columbus in 2001 and was hired in June 2002 as the TV Master Control Supervisor. She was promoted in 2006 to Manager On-Air Support Services and in 2008 was appointed to the TV Program Director position. Before coming to WOSU TV...
News Morning Anchor and Managing Editor
Steve Brown grew up in nearby Richwood, Ohio and now lives there with his wife and two sons. He started his journalism career as a weekend board operator at WOSU while majoring in journalism at Ohio State, where he also wrote for the student...
Tom has served as General Manager of WOSU Public Media since November 2002. His career started in his hometown in Wisconsin, where he went to College and worked as a DJ at area radio stations including WCOW, where his listening audience was...