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Oklahoma A&M found success moving into radio in the 1920s

scheduled broadcasts occurred throughout the day and programs were designed for specific audiences at designated listening times. These developments took time, and the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College in Stillwater joined in the effort to enhance and expand radio listeners’ experience.
Public radio journalism project focuses on Tulsa Race Massacre

Mon, Apr 26, 2021

Next Generation Radio returns to KOSU, Oklahoma’s flagship NPR station, April 25-30 with a spotlight on the Tulsa Race Massacre.

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KOSU names new agriculture and rural issues reporter

Tue, Jun 16, 2020

KOSU is expanding its newsroom staff with a new reporter to cover agriculture and rural issues. Reporter Seth Bodine comes to KOSU as a member of Report for America, a national service program that places journalists in local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities. It is an initiative of the GroundTruth Project, a nonprofit news organization.

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KOSU announces Rachel Hubbard as new executive director

Mon, Feb 24, 2020

KOSU and Oklahoma State University have named 20-year news veteran Rachel Hubbard as the station’s executive director, effective Feb. 24. Hubbard will lead KOSU in its next chapter, while maintaining its journalistic excellence and continuing its mission of serving Oklahomans with independent and authentic news and music.

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KOSU seeks new agriculture/rural issues reporter

Mon, Dec 02, 2019

KOSU is adding a new agriculture and rural issues reporter position to highlight Oklahoma voices and combat the spread of news deserts.

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