WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television make every effort to adhere to applicable public disclosure rules, and provide useful information to our listeners and viewers. Please find all of our stations’ available public information below.
Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity
Indiana University pledges to continue its commitment to the achievement of equal opportunity within the University and throughout American society as a whole. In this regard, Indiana University will recruit, hire, promote, educate, and provide services to persons based upon their individual qualifications.
View the FCC Equal Employment Opportunity File Report, April 2013 (PDF).
Community Advisory Boards
All meetings of the WFIU-FM and WTIU-TV Community Advisory Boards are open to the public; meeting times and locations are listed on our website or may be obtained by calling Radio/TV Services at (812) 855-8000.
As an institution of higher learning, Indiana University strives to teach the value of diversity. University policies and procedures actively seek to ensure that everyone is given equal access and opportunity to IU programs and services in a respectful and supportive environment.
Approximately 12% of the staff and licensee Board of Trustees are ethnically diverse. The staff and volunteers of WTIU and WFIU range in age from high school to retirees, and in education level from high school to postgraduate. The gender ratio of the staff and volunteers of WTIU and WFIU is approximately 47% female, and 53% male.
View the IU Radio/TV Services Diversity, Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity and Open Meeting Policies (PDF).
Donor List and Political Activities
Your financial support of WTIU, regardless of whether it’s made online or by more traditional means, is a private transaction between you and the station. Your personal information will not be sold, shared or exchanged with other nonprofit organizations or third parties.
FCC Public File
The Federal Communications Commission requires all TV stations, including public TV stations, to post most or all of their public inspection files to a web site maintained by the FCC.
View WTIU’s FCC Public File.
Local Content and Service Report
Every public television station who receives funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is required to provide to its community an annual report on its content and services that serve local needs, including information about the impact of such services. The report provides an overview of WTIU’s local content and services.
View the WTIU 2013 Local Content And Service Report (PDF).