Radio Station Information
WCBE 90.5 FM
City of License:
Bd.of Educ., City Sch.dist., Columbus
WCBE is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Columbus, OH and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming and goes by the name "Central Ohios NPR Station" on the air.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Are there opportunities to buy air time to run a show or segment.
By: Alethea Morris on March 17, 2016
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By: Darlene Ford on June 22, 2017
This is me Nobin from Bhutanese Nepali community in Columbus Ohio looking to handle the half hours Nepali program in your fm station so is that possible please let me know.
By: Nobin Janakarmi on May 10, 2018
Good day. I'd like to know the process to submit information for a Public Service Announcement to be aired regarding a free festival that will take place this summer. The African Village Festival will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. What specific information is needed for a PSA? Thank you.
By: Alanla Jackson on May 20, 2018
Truck drivers will be doing a Slow Roll Columbus Ohio February 15th in protest of the government over reach in our industry and the Safety issues in our industry would like everybody to be there by 8 a.m. will be going around 270 starting point is Speedway London Ohio exit 79 off I-70 being since the TA would not allow us to drop trailers everyone is welcome to join would like to have media coverage if at all possible thank you these small events are starting to happen more and more throughout our country truckers will be going on strike April 12th 2019 if changes are not met before that time #blacksmokematters
By: Andrew Lee Scott on February 1, 2019
I am the Acting Director of The Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens, Ohio. We are a non-profit gallery and educational center. May we send you a PSA concerning a free festival, "Quilt Fest", which is to be held Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, 2019 at our facility?
Thank you for your consideration.
By: Joyce Mullins on July 24, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 23 2019
Contact: Beth Dobish
Volunteers of Next Level Trainings to join forces with non-profit, the Villedge
Creating a better world in connecting with “at risk” teens from difficult areas in Greater Cincinnati
CINCINNATI, OH – The 25th leadership class of Next Level Trainings has chosen to support Villedge Inc. of Cincinnati, OH. They are committed to raising $64,000, providing 256 hours of volunteer support, collecting tangible goods, as well as improving and creating Villedge’s infrastructure on November 30th
with an Improvement Projects day. They will also host a fundraising event on Sunday, December 1st in support of their efforts at St. Mary’s School Gymnasium in German Village. The deadline for their commitments is December 5th, when they will host a celebratory event to present the donated goods and fundraising check to Villedge Inc.
Villedge, Inc. supports “at risk” teens who are in and out of detention centers, courtrooms, foster homes, shelters, and various schools. The labels placed on them, diagnoses, work plans, and programs in these difficult environments have shown no substantial life change. “As a result of this support from Next Level Trainings,” Katie Nzekwu, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Villedge Inc. stated, “we will be able to give to more kids and to our community.” The goal of the Villedge is to take these “at risk” teens and break the cycles of dysfunction, weaving them back into the fabric of their communities, to become leaders who empower the younger generation to do the same. “We are grateful to see our Villedge grow and for the love, enthusiasm, and support that is being given to us from those associated with Next Level.” This growth will continue to support stable foster care placements and teens in avoiding residential treatment and detention centers. “We view this growth as saving one life at a time and transforming it with love and compassion,” stated Beth Dobish with Next Level Trainings. “We believe the change starts with one person and continues to expand.”
Through connection and healthy relationships to safe adults, these teens move from surviving to thriving in their community. “Our whole vision for Villedge is predicated on the belief that people care about these kids just as much as we do and will join us to give them an opportunity to live a full life,” said Nzekwu, when asked what she envisioned for this youth center. Nzekwu went on to discuss the partnership with Next Level Trainings, “They have joined hands with us and united us in our humanity to recognize the power we hold to step into someone’s story and drastically change the outcome.”
The last day to give to this fundraising effort is December 5, 2019. To RSVP to the December 1st event being held in German Village, contact Laya Fodor (419) 606-7821 or Cindy Taylor (859) 806-7218.
For more information on the fundraising campaign, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com/thevilledge.
To learn more on the chosen charity, Villedge, visit: www.thevilledge.org.
To access information on Next Level Trainings, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com.
Next Level Trainings is a transformational training organization that supports individuals and teams in unlocking their power, passion, and purpose. The trainings are innovative and have been meticulously designed to create a positive impact and lasting results. By drawing on theories from psychology, linguistics, neuroscience, sociology, and organizational development, these trainings have been proven to make substantial and sustainable improvements for thousands of people. The organization is dedicated to connecting with worthy causes that serve the needs, well-being, and happiness of the people of Columbus and beyond. Participants of all ages and backgrounds are current students within the Next Level Trainings VIP program and are charged with creating a month-long service project that has a lasting tangible impact on the community.
By: Kaleema on November 23, 2019
Walmart is in desperate need to have a huge sign to indicate proper coverage of wearing a mask. Preferably drawn pictures and written content of how test results have proved that wet droplets enter and exist with just normal breathing thru the nose and yet everyone is still wearing the mask in the stores at their neck as if it's decoration, and just wearing it covering their mouth only. We witness this daily. This is why the virus is still being spread widely. A huge sign needs to be placed at every store in the walk- in area, ASAP. Showing a face with the proper way of wearing a mask, and informing the knowledge of how wet droplets do escape out of the nose with just breathing. Everyone needs to cover! Other businesses also have this problem. Day and Night people are everywhere just wearing the mask around their neck. It's crazy. If they were informed of the research that actually proved of the breathing results of the nose, then people would actually start wearing it the proper way instead of just around their neck or mouth! They need info signs placed everywhere, I can't stress that enough!!!
By: RB on November 18, 2020
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