FALLS CHURCH, VA – WOUB Public Media of Athens, Ohio, joins the network of over 30 other public media stations in the U.S. broadcasting MHz Worldview to their local market. MHz Worldview launches on 20.3 via the Athens digital broadcast transmitter on September 1.
WOUB Public Media is a public broadcasting service of Ohio University, part of the WOUB Center for Public Media, a non-academic unit of the Scripps College of Communication.
WOUB provides high quality public service to southeastern Ohio and portions of neighboring West Virginia and Kentucky through radio and television, as well as distance learning, online services and media production.
MHz Networks CEO, Frederick Thomas, says, “We’re delighted WOUB is bringing premier international news and entertainment from MHz to the university community and beyond.”
Mark Brewer, Chief Content Officer of WOUB, says, “The desire for international content, especially news, has grown exponentially over the past few years. The opportunity to bring news and information from around the world to our local audience helps us fulfill our mission and keep the WOUB broadcast area informed of global conversations."
For more information, visit www.woub.org.
8101 A Lee Highway
Falls Church, VA 22042
MHz Networks is an independent, non-commercial television broadcaster delivering international programming and providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally-minded audience.
MHz Worldview, MHz Networks flagship channel, brings programming to globally-minded audiences in the US through affiliates, including cable, satellite and online. Also serving the Washington, DC area’s 4.9 million residents with ten local broadcast channels, MHz Networks features programs from around the world on-air in more than 20 different languages.
MHz Networks is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, and has studio facilities in Falls Church, VA and at Washington, DC’s Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.