Radio Station Information

WOSV 91.7 FM

City of License:
Mansfield, OH


The Ohio State University

WOSV is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Mansfield, OH. The station broadcasts Classical programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

What was playing at 11:15 am Thursday ?
By: Dan S. on March 7, 2013

Hola! Estoy tratando de localizar una Radio para escuchar música Country y Bluegrass. Saludo a ustedes!
By: Rodolfo on June 24, 2016

Hola! Estoy tratando de localizar una Radio para escuchar música Country y Bluegrass. Saludo a ustedes! Soy de Buenos Aires , Argentina
By: Rodolfo on June 24, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Llalan Fowler at 419.522.BOOK Email: Main Street Books Hosting Celebrity Authors Book Signing - Neil Zurcher, Dan Coughlin, Mike Olszewski, Maura Zagrans, Bob Adamov - Tuesday, March 21st from 1:00 until 3:00 (MANSFIELD, OHIO – March 7, 2017) Main Street Books will be hosting five northeast Ohio celebrity authors for a book signing event from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21st at their 104 North Main Street store. Signing copies of their latest books will be TV personalities Neil Zurcher of One-Tank Trip fame and Dan Coughlin as well as radio personality Mike Olszewski, Random House’s Maura Zagrans and Put-in-Bay’s Bob Adamov. Neil Zurcher Neil Zurcher is a professional journalist and author whose career spans over sixty years in television, newspapers, magazines, and radio. He logged more than a million miles on Ohio’s roads over 35 years and is best known as a TV travel reporter and the original host of the Fox 8 TV’s “One Tank Trips” travel report. Called “One of the most respected and knowledgeable travel writers in the state” by former Ohio Governor George Voinovich, Zurcher has received the Distinguished Service award from the Society of Professional Journalism. He also received an “Emmy” award, the rare Gold Circle Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the coveted Award for Excellence in Broadcasting from the Cleveland Association of Broadcasters. He is an inductee in the Cleveland Press Club Hall of Fame and the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame - receiving their “Living Legacy” award. Zurcher for many years also wrote a column for the Auto Club’s Ohio Motorist Magazine and for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and has written seven books about Ohio, including “Ohio Oddities” and “Strange Tales from Ohio.” His most recent book, “The Best of One Tank Trips” was published in late 2016. Dan Coughlin Dan Coughlin, a mere 78-years-old, covered sports here in his hometown of Cleveland for more than 50 years, since 1964, and he has compiled many of his favorite stories and characters into three books. Gray and Company had the audacity to publish all three of them: Crazy with the Papers to Prove It, Pass the Nuts, and Let's Have Another. Not only have people enjoyed the stories in print, but they love his storytelling in person. Dan covered sports for The Plain Dealer from 1964-82. Since 1983 he has been a character himself on Fox 8 television. Mike Olszewski Mike Olszewski is a veteran radio / TV / print journalist who is best known for his time at the legendary WMMS-FM. He currently teaches media courses on the college level, and has written a number of highly acclaimed books on Northeast Ohio media. Among this most recent books are Cleveland TV Tales I & II, and the upcoming Cleveland Radio Tales, all with his wife and co-author Janice. Maura Zagrans Maura’s first book, the bestseller Miracles Every Day, chronicles the life, profession, and public prayer ministry of Dr. Issam Nemeh, a Northeast Ohio physician who has prayed over tens of thousands of people, many of whom experienced subsequent miraculous healings. Her sophomore release, Camerado, I Give You My Hand, introduces readers to Sandusky native David T. Link, an exceptionally accomplished attorney, law school dean, university president, civil rights activist, husband, father, and grandfather. After his wife of 45 years died of cancer, Link heard a calling to minister to men behind bars, was ordained a priest, and, at the age of 71, launched a whole new career as prison chaplain. Maura interviewed a wide spectrum of professionals and academics but found the full story when she went behind the razor wire, where she photographed and interviewed prisoners in maximum-, medium-, and minimum-security facilities. Inspired by what she learned in writing this book, Maura now joins Father Dave in working to fix our broken criminal justice system. In 2014, Maura received the Woman of Distinction Award from the Elyria Y.W.C.A. and was installed in the Elyria High School Hall of Fame. Bob Adamov Adamov is the award-winning author of nine mystery adventure novels set in Put-in-Bay that follow investigative reporter, Emerson Moore. His island bestsellers include: Rainbow’s End, Pierce the Veil, When Rainbows Walk, Promised Land, The Other Side of Hell, Tan Lines, Sandustee, Zenobia and Missing. Adamov was the featured author at the 2006 Ernest Hemingway Literary Festival in Key West. He was named Writer of the Year (2010) in regional competition sponsored by the University of Akron’s Wayne College. His novels were rated 5 Stars by the Midwest Book Review and several were named as top novels in northeast Ohio by the Akron Beacon Journal. Adamov’s novels additionally have won awards at the Hollywood Book Festival, London Book Festival, New York Book Festival, the Indie Awards, Great Midwest Book Festival and Florida Book Festival. For more information, visit: or call Llalan Fowler at 419.522.BOOK. You can also visit the authors’ websites or Facebook pages as well as the Authors on Call Facebook page.
By: Mike Olszewski on March 7, 2017

I moved to the area last year and came across your station. I love listening to classical music, so I was encouraged when I started listening to your station. I guess at first I did not hear any of the on air personalities. But, lately I have caught a few of the "talking" portions. I have to tell you, it did not take long to pick up on the highly liberal stand this station, or at least it's radio personalities take. Silly me, I thought I could enjoy listening to classical music without being inundated with political left wing garbage. But, I guess that is why Spotify and Pandora exist. It may mean nothing to you, and that is fine, but I will no longer be listening or supporting your station.
By: Sam on October 1, 2020

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