Public Radio

A total of 12 public radio licensees operate 32 stations across the state, and BEMC, through the State of Ohio, financially supports 36 public radio affiliates. Although each station selects its own format with programming that reflects the unique needs of Ohio's various communities, Ohio Public Radio stations share a common mission of presenting the highest-quality news, discussion, arts and cultural programming that makes a difference in Ohioan's daily lives.

Education is the key. Ohio Public Radio stations provide both education-related programming as well as news and talk programs that cover current issues in-depth. They contribute to civic literacy and raise the level of civic discourse, challenge and developing the citizens of the future.


Ohio's Public Radio Stations

WCBE-FM (90.5), Columbus

WCPN-FM (90.3), Cleveland

WCLV-FM (104.9), Cleveland

WCSU-FM (88.9), Wilberforce


WDPR-FM (88.1), Dayton
WDPG-FM (89.9), Greenville

WOUB Public Media

WOUB-AM (1340), Athens
WOUB-FM (91.3), Athens
WOUC-FM (89.1), Cambridge
WOUH-FM (91.9), Chillicothe
WOUL-FM (89.1), Ironton
WOUZ-FM (90.1), Zanesville

WGUC-FM (90.9)

WGUC-FM (90.9), Cincinnati

WKSU-FM (89.7)

WKSU-FM (89.7), Kent
WKRJ-FM (91.5), Dover
WKRW-FM (89.3), Wooster
WKSV-FM (89.1), Thompson
WNKR-FM (90.7), Norwalk
W239AZ (95.7), Ashland
W298BA (107.5), Boardman

WOSU Public Media

WOSU-FM (89.7), Columbus
WOSU-FM (101.1), Columbus
WOSE-FM (91.1), Coshocton
WOSP-FM (91.5), Portsmouth
WOSV-FM (91.7), Mansfield
WOSB-FM (91.1), Marion

WGTE Public Media

WGTE-FM (91.3), Toledo
WGLE-FM (90.7), Lima
WGBE-FM (90.1), Bryan
WGDE-FM (91.9), Defiance

WYSU-FM (88.5)

WYSU-FM (88.5), Youngstown

WMUB-FM 88.5)

WMUB-FM (88.5), Oxford

WVXU-FM (91.7)

WVXU-FM (91.7), Cincinnati

WYSO-FM (91.3)

WYSO-FM (91.3), Yellow Springs