WYSO Programming Notes

Beginning November 17, 2014, you will notice some changes to NPR News programs on WYSO.  

First, we welcome Ariel Van Cleave as the host of Morning Edition and a new reporter in the WYSO news room. She comes to us from Alaska, where she was the Morning Edition host and reporter at stations in Homer, Kenai and Dillingham.  

  **The Friday night performance of Such A Night is SOLD OUT. Thanks for Supporting WYSO!

Nearly 30 local musicians will once again gather on the stage of The DAI's NCR Renaissance Auditorium to recreate the historic performances of The Band's Last Waltz.. There will be two performances this year: one on Wednesday, November 26 and an encore performance on Friday, November 28 at 8pm. Proceeds from the concerts will benefit WYSO.

Take Our Listener Feedback Survey

Jun 23, 2014

As you are aware, at WYSO we air a huge variety of local and national programs every week.

We want to be sure that these selections best represent what you want to hear. We are conducting a survey and would gratefully appreciate your feedback.

You can access the survey here. It should take between 10-12 minutes to complete.

WYSO will continue to offer local and national music of the highest quality, with an emphasis on the local.

Activate Now – Drake House

Jun 2, 2014

This is the sixth stop of the Marching On project for the Hernd0n Gallery's current exhibition Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change--Activate Now! The final picture in the above slideshow is a map showing all of the stops on this tour of activism.

Activate Now – The March Begins

Jun 2, 2014

Activism can be subtle and silent. But in Yellow Springs and  Antioch College activism is about being seen and being heard, about moving from passivity to action, from injustice to justice. The WYSO Archives give us a view into the movements that have been formed and forged in our community.

Take a walk along the path of activism that wends its way through campus and the village of Yellow Springs, and learn a little history about the legacy of activism from the 1960s and 70s.

Activate Now – The Stoop

Jun 2, 2014

This is the fifth stop of the Marching On project for the Hernd0n Gallery's current exhibition Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change--Activate Now! The final picture in the above slideshow is a map showing all of the stops on this tour of activism.

Activate Now – Downtown Yellow Springs

Jun 2, 2014

This is the seventh stop of the Marching On project for the Hernd0n Gallery's current exhibition Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change--Activate Now! The final picture in the above slideshow is a map showing all of the stops on this tour of activism.

In the early 1960s, the Antioch College campus and the village of Yellow Springs were united in action against the last vestiges of discrimination in public accommodations in the village. Lewis Gegner refused to cut Black men’s hair in his downtown barbershop despite court orders to integrate.

Activate Now – The March Concludes…And Yet It Continues

Jun 2, 2014

This is the eighth and final stop of the Marching On project for the Hernd0n Gallery's current exhibition Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change--Activate Now! The final picture in the above slideshow is a map showing all of the stops on this tour of activism.

Activate Now – Unity House

Jun 2, 2014

This is the second stop of the Marching On project for the Hernd0n Gallery's current exhibition Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change--Activate Now! The final picture in the above slideshow is a map showing all of the stops on this tour of activism. 

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