The Arcade place holder

Construction to begin on local radio station’s satellite studio

mdunnDayton Business Journal

June 28, 2022 –

The lease for WYSO’s new studio in downtown Dayton’s Arcade has been signed, and a team led by developer Cross Street Partners will soon begin to transform 500 square feet at the corner of Fourth and Main streets into a state-of-the-art recording and production space.

The new space will be busy, with the news team using the space to produce stories and the music team using the space to record interviews with local and visiting performers, among others. Dayton Youth Radio Director Basim Blunt will bring local teens there to learn to make radio stories. The business support team and WYSO’s governing and community advisory boards will use the studio space for meetings. “Yellow Springs will always be our home,” General Manager Luke Dennis said. “But not all of our employees and board members live in or near the village, and many of the people we want to connect with live or work in Dayton and Montgomery County. Downtown Dayton is a convenient, important place for us to be.”

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