Not sure if any of the Central Ohio posters have noticed, but WCBE 90.5 is in big trouble. Their program director has been suspended, with pay, and told to keep out of Ft. Hayes. The Columbus City School Board (who owns the radio licence to 'CBE) was notified last week that the station owes National Public Radio over $800,000 in back fees. Considering that 'CBE's fundraising came up $275,000 short (IOW their revenue didn't match their costs) and that Columbus City Schools don't really fund the station anymore (and haven't in 20 years). Things could be bleak for the station.
Columbus Business Journal article on the situation: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/02/01/wcbe-struggling-with-large-debt-to-npr-stations-gm.html?fbclid=IwAR1QvlnFKepqLTMCgFcsJzRiyjtUR9V0uiNGMoVBy9nYAEJTdvZlvpdrs4c
Columbus Dispatch chiming in after the fact: https://www.dispatch.com/news/20190204/nonprofit-offers-to-pay-off-wcbe-debt-take-over-npr-stations-operations