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WYSO Programming Notes

Dear WYSO Listeners,

Soon we will make two program changes to our Saturday schedule.

As you may know, Tom Magliozzi, one the two brothers who hosted Car Talk on NPR passed away  three years ago.  With his brother Ray, they began their national radio show in 1987.  Since Tom’s passing, NPR has distributed “The Best of Car Talk.

Starting this fall, there will be no new “Car Talk”  programs, so instead of continuing to air re-runs on WYSO, we’ve decided to put a new program in its place.

Juliet Fromholt / WYSO

WYSO will add a new locally hosted music program to its Tuesday night lineup.  Tables of Content will take listeners into the sub-genres of modern day Hip Hop, exploring the art-form and its effect on music, culture and politics.  

Host Jason Jordan, who will go by the name 3J the DJ on the air, is a Dayton native and musician with a deep seated love and knowledge of the genre.

WYSO Back on the Air

Apr 29, 2017

WYSO is back on the air after an outage due to Saturday morning's massive lightning storm throughout the Miami Valley. Thank you for your patience and your support of WYSO.

WYSO recently made some upgrades to our online streaming that may have resulted in interruptions for some users:

If you're used to streaming WYSO through an internet radio, and have been having difficulty, please update your stream URL to: http://playerservices.streamtheworld.com/pls/WYSOFM.pls on your device.

If you're using TuneIn (the app or via another service like Sonos) to stream WYSO, the issue we had been experiencing has now been repaired.

Chris Thile, host of A Prairie Home Companion
Devin Pedde

Exciting programming changes are coming on WYSO next month!

Beginning Saturday October 15, 2016, WYSO will carry “A Prairie Home Companion.” Garrison Keillor, the host and creator of the program has retired and a new host named Chris Thile is taking over.  He’s a wildly talented musician and will  take the show in new directions.   We can’t wait to hear the new APHC unfold over time and we’re expecting great things.

Antioch College Seeking Public Comment

Aug 27, 2015

Antioch College is seeking comments from the public about the College in preparation for an evaluation for initial accreditation by the regional accrediting agency. The following information will be posted in local and regional newspapers. All members of the public are invited to comment.

“WYSO Audio Archives Project"

Jun 19, 2015
WYSO Archives

The following history was written by Andy Valeri, a long time WYSO volunteer and community media professional, as part of his masters degree research at the University of Dayton.  At the time of its writing WYSO was owned by Antioch University and the archives project had just begun.

 

PREFACE

WYSO's web stream may experience some outages this afternoon as our engineers upgrade equipment.  Thanks so much for your patience.

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.  

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