Cox and the rest of the board members will be tasked with a wide range of responsibilities including development and planning, creating a strategic plan to support the station’s budget, assisting with facilities and operations, community service and outreach, and ongoing communication with Antioch College.
The Resource Board is proud to represent the Miami Valley and aims to reflect the diversity of the community and WYSO’s listenership. The board is charged with inclusion of all persons, with respect to race, ethnic identity, age, gender, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, family status and disability.
Now in its 58th year of operation, WYSO (91.3FM) broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week to a nine-county region of Southwest Ohio, reaching a potential audience of more than one million. WYSO, the Miami Valley's only NPR News station, also broadcasts in HD and streams programming online at: wyso.org. WYSO carries programming not only from NPR, but also from Public Radio International, American Public Media, PRX, and from the BBC. Licensed to Antioch College, WYSO's studios are located in Yellow Springs, Ohio. WYSO is supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as well as nearly 4,000 members and many corporate and institutional underwriters from throughout Southwest Ohio.
About Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L.
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