ReInvention Stories answers the question: how does a city of inventors re-invent itself?
Experience it three ways: as radio stories and short films here at WYSO.org and also as an interactive website called ReInventionStories.org.
Please check it out, please use the Chrome browser, if you can, and please let us know what you think! If you can't use Chrome, please make sure whatever browser you use is the most up-to-date version.
Fifty-five years ago, on February 8, 1958, WYSO began broadcasting.
It was students who did all the legwork to get the station licensed and ready. After many years of un-licensed, unofficial broadcasting on the campus of Antioch College, WYSO went on the air with 19 watts of power. They gathered expectantly on the second floor of the student union building in the new studios. At 8pm, Bruce Johanson, script in hand, stepped up to the microphone.
A couple of our favorite programs have gone weekly!
Previously, Radiolab and The Moth Radio Hour came to us in seasons - just a handful of episodes at a time.
Now, you can hear a brand new episode every single week. Tune in Sundays at 6pm for new episodes of Radiolab, a radio show weaving stories and science into sound and music-rich documentaries, hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich. Then, Sundays at 11pm it's true stories told live without notes on The Moth Radio Hour.