Southeast Ohio

Live and Local in Southeast Ohio

There are 400+ radio and 50+ TV stations serving Ohio. See how local broadcasters are informing, serving, and innovating in your community.

WILE-AM, Cambridge

WILE-FM and AM, along with WWKC-FM and WBNV-FM, work with the 10 area high schools, broadcasting nearly 180 boys and girls sporting events yearly. We also video stream about 80 games online. In addition, we support high school theatrical shows, concerts, and help promote school fundraisers.

WMOA-AM, Marietta

In June 2012, a powerful derecho storm left much of Southeast Ohio without power for four or more days. With no electricity and limited cell service in the area, WMOA served as a vital source of information. We focused our programming on city services and provided on-location
reporting for 6 days following the storm. After that, we allowed businesses to call in and chat live, and send status updates for hours and inventory, etc. (all at no charge). We had a direct line to the local grocery stores and all nursing homes for updates.

WOUB-TV, Athens

WOUB’s Learning Lab continued to engage with regional high school teachers and students in a projected titled Our Ohio. Students from two high schools in southeastern Ohio were a part of year three of WOUB’s Our Ohio project. The project challenged students to learn about and explore independent documentary film, Appalachian cultural identity, media literacy and multimedia storytelling.