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Answering listener-viewer questions about how WFIU and WTIU are funded, and what the loss of federal funding would mean.

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Bruce Sundlun now and in a World War II portrait

WTIU marks Holocaust Remembrance Month with specials about an IU alumnus who rescued Jews during WWII, a daring escape from an extermination camp, and more.

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Protect My Public Media

Take a stand for the local stations and programs you love.

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Ronald Keaton as James Whitcomb Riley

Join WTIU at the Tivoli Theatre March 23 to be a part of James Whitcomb Riley: Hoosier Poet and get a behind-the-scenes look at how we shoot a documentary.

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Racers from the first Air Women's Derby in 1929, some in flight outfit, some wearing goggles, stand in a row with an airplane wing behind them.

WTIU celebrates the achievements of women with specials about a WWII portraitist, a forgotten hero of the civil rights movement, pioneering pilots, and more.

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PBS Kids logo on left,

New TV channel and live stream will support WTIU’s mission to reach all south-central Indiana children with high-quality educational content.

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Maya Angelou circa late 1970s/early '80s sitting in chair, smiling, gesturing

To honor Black History Month, WTIU kicks off a new year with specials that highlight the African-American experience—around the world and in Indiana.

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L to R Tracy Clayton and Heben Nigatu

WFIU and WFIU2 mark Black History Month 2017 with inspiring programs that celebrate the achievements of black Americans.

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Miranda Esmonde-White sitting on a deck at a tropical beach.

Start your New Year's resolutions with programs that help you to stay healthy, wealthy, and pain-free.

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WFIU2

WFIU2 is now available at 101.9 FM in Bloomington and 100.1 FM in Seymour.

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Themester 2016 logo

WTIU presents programs related to the Themester 2016 topic of Beauty.

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Vltava River in Prague

Join fellow listeners to WFIU, and lovers of classical music, on a ten-day swing through Budapest, Vienna, and Prague.

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WTIU Passport

WTIU Passport is now available as a benefit to current members; watch episodes of your favorite PBS programs, with new series being added every week.

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Garrison Keillor

Join us for a Prairie Home celebration, as we watch Garrison Keillor's next-to-last live broadcast.

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Dick Bishop

WFIU's longest-tenured host has passed away. His association with us stretched from 1957 into this decade.

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Edward R. Murrow Awards

The total number of awards is a record for this newsroom, and the second-most of any radio newsroom in America this year.

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Dick Estell

Dick Estell has been reading books on air in daily serial form since 1964.

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Michael Barone

Enjoy Pipedreams, the pipe organ program that WFIU brings you Monday nights at 10? You can enjoy it live, and meet Michael Barone!

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The week of February 1, Columbus' Jim Lienhoop debuts on the program, joining the mayors of Bloomington, Terre Haute, and Kokomo each month.

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Indiana public media stations, led by WFIU and WTIU, have received a $609,000 grant from the CPB to establish a statewide news network.

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Answering listener-viewer questions about how WFIU and WTIU are funded, and what the loss of federal funding would mean.

Read more »

Protect My Public Media

Take a stand for the local stations and programs you love.

Read more »

L to R Tracy Clayton and Heben Nigatu

WFIU and WFIU2 mark Black History Month 2017 with inspiring programs that celebrate the achievements of black Americans.

Read more »

WFIU2

WFIU2 is now available at 101.9 FM in Bloomington and 100.1 FM in Seymour.

Read more »

Vltava River in Prague

Join fellow listeners to WFIU, and lovers of classical music, on a ten-day swing through Budapest, Vienna, and Prague.

Read more »

Garrison Keillor

Join us for a Prairie Home celebration, as we watch Garrison Keillor's next-to-last live broadcast.

Read more »

Dick Bishop

WFIU's longest-tenured host has passed away. His association with us stretched from 1957 into this decade.

Read more »

Edward R. Murrow Awards

The total number of awards is a record for this newsroom, and the second-most of any radio newsroom in America this year.

Read more »

Dick Estell

Dick Estell has been reading books on air in daily serial form since 1964.

Read more »

Michael Barone

Enjoy Pipedreams, the pipe organ program that WFIU brings you Monday nights at 10? You can enjoy it live, and meet Michael Barone!

Read more »

The week of February 1, Columbus' Jim Lienhoop debuts on the program, joining the mayors of Bloomington, Terre Haute, and Kokomo each month.

Read more »

Indiana public media stations, led by WFIU and WTIU, have received a $609,000 grant from the CPB to establish a statewide news network.

Read more »

WFIU Holiday Shows

Our schedule is packed with holiday specials and holiday-themed episodes of your favorite WFIU programs!

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Close-up of Mary Catherine Carmichael at her farewell party, smiling

Laughter and tears at a thank-you party for Mary Catherine Carmichael on her last day co-hosting Noon Edition.

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Mark Kruzan and Joe Hren

You're invited to ask a question in person during the live broadcast Friday, December 4.

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open house

You're invited to the free event taking place on Thursday, October 8 from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

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Edward R. Murrow

The reporting team focused on education policy wins again for best website.

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Brooke Gladstone and Bob Garfield

Two new NPR shows freshen the sound of Sunday afternoons.

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Margaret Juntwait

The longtime voice of WFIU's Saturday opera had battled ovarian cancer. She was 58.

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Professional and student reporters from WFIU-WTIU News received prestigious awards for their on-air and online work.

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Answering listener-viewer questions about how WFIU and WTIU are funded, and what the loss of federal funding would mean.

Read more »

Bruce Sundlun now and in a World War II portrait

WTIU marks Holocaust Remembrance Month with specials about an IU alumnus who rescued Jews during WWII, a daring escape from an extermination camp, and more.

Read more »

Protect My Public Media

Take a stand for the local stations and programs you love.

Read more »

Ronald Keaton as James Whitcomb Riley

Join WTIU at the Tivoli Theatre March 23 to be a part of James Whitcomb Riley: Hoosier Poet and get a behind-the-scenes look at how we shoot a documentary.

Read more »

Racers from the first Air Women's Derby in 1929, some in flight outfit, some wearing goggles, stand in a row with an airplane wing behind them.

WTIU celebrates the achievements of women with specials about a WWII portraitist, a forgotten hero of the civil rights movement, pioneering pilots, and more.

Read more »

PBS Kids logo on left,

New TV channel and live stream will support WTIU’s mission to reach all south-central Indiana children with high-quality educational content.

Read more »

Maya Angelou circa late 1970s/early '80s sitting in chair, smiling, gesturing

To honor Black History Month, WTIU kicks off a new year with specials that highlight the African-American experience—around the world and in Indiana.

Read more »

Miranda Esmonde-White sitting on a deck at a tropical beach.

Start your New Year's resolutions with programs that help you to stay healthy, wealthy, and pain-free.

Read more »

Themester 2016 logo

WTIU presents programs related to the Themester 2016 topic of Beauty.

Read more »

WTIU Passport

WTIU Passport is now available as a benefit to current members; watch episodes of your favorite PBS programs, with new series being added every week.

Read more »

Edward R. Murrow Awards

The total number of awards is a record for this newsroom, and the second-most of any radio newsroom in America this year.

Read more »

The week of February 1, Columbus' Jim Lienhoop debuts on the program, joining the mayors of Bloomington, Terre Haute, and Kokomo each month.

Read more »

Indiana public media stations, led by WFIU and WTIU, have received a $609,000 grant from the CPB to establish a statewide news network.

Read more »

Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee, Bryony Hannah as Cynthia Miller and Helen George as Trixie sitting in Christmas-decorated parlor with a fire in the fireplace behind them.

Attend a holiday concert at Joshua Bell's home, groove to a Celtic Woman Christmas, thrill to a 360-member choir, spend Christmas at Downton Abbey, and more!

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Paula Kerger

President and CEO of PBS Paula Kerger will take the podium at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on November 10th at 5:30pm as part of The Media School Speaker Series.

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open house

You're invited to the free event taking place on Thursday, October 8 from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

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WTIU presents programs related to the topic of Themester 2015: the nature of labor in a changing world.

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Photographer Pedro E. Guerrero in his living room. He has a white mustache and wears a gray dress shirt open at the neck

WTIU celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with special programming.

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Under The Dome

Celebrate the season - the new season of Downton Abbey at the luxurious West Baden Springs Hotel.

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Edward R. Murrow

The reporting team focused on education policy wins again for best website.

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Indiana Public Media is a producer and distributor of public media from WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television at Indiana University including your favorite programming from NPR and PBS.

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WFIU Public Radio

WFIU 1

103.7 FM Bloomington

100.7 FM Columbus
101.7 FM French Lick/West Baden
98.9 FM Greensburg
106.1 FM Kokomo
95.1 FM Terre Haute

WFIU 2

101.9 FM Bloomington
103.7 FM HD Bloomington
100.1 FM Seymour

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WTIU Public Television

Over-the-Air Digital

Ch. 30.1 WTIU HD
Ch. 30.2 WTIU World
Ch. 30.3 WTIU Family
Ch. 30.4 WTIU Español

Comcast Cable (Bloomington)

Ch. 5 WTIU
Ch. 17 WTIU World
Ch. 305 WTIU Family
Ch. 355 WTIU Español
Ch. 916 WTIU HD

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Satellite

WTIU is available to Dish Network and DirecTV subscribers with the Indianapolis local stations package on Ch. 30. The national PBS satellite feed is still available without the local stations package.

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