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The WFIU Community Advisory Board assists WFIU senior managers in fulfilling the station’s mission to inform, inspire, and educate its audiences.

Community Advisory Board members represent various constituencies within the area the WFIU radio signal reaches, and among the national and global listeners WFIU’s Internet streaming reaches.

Board members evaluate programs and station initiatives, serve as a sounding board for ideas presented by and to WFIU, and bring issues of community concern to the attention of management. The Community Advisory Board regularly meets at 4 p.m. on the first Monday of January, April, July, and October, in Room 271 of IU’s Radio-TV Services Building. Meeting dates, times, and locations are scheduled to change. WFIU CAB meetings are open to the public.

Nominations for board membership can be submitted to WFIU. Correspondence should be addressed to Will Murphy, WFIU Operations Director, 1229 East Seventh Street, Bloomington, IN 47405.

Current Advisory Board Members

Alain Barker
Interim Director, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Project Jumpstart

David Bowden
Orchestral Conductor

Carolyn Calloway-Thomas
Professor, Department of Communication and Culture, Indiana University

Rebecca Cape
Retired, Associate Librarian, Head of Public Services, Indiana University Lilly Library

Pam Davidson
Planned Giving Consultant

Martin K. Donnelly
Regional Director, South Central Indiana SBDC

Laura Ginger
Retired Professor of Business Law, IU Kelley School of Business

Catherine Hageman
Marketing Communications, Cummins Inc.

Mary Hall
Assistant Director, Bedford Public Library

Peter Jacobi
Professor Emeritus, Indiana University School of Journalism,
Herald-Times Music Critic

Miah Michaelsen
Assistant Director of the Arts, City of Bloomington

Walt Niekamp
Representative, WFIU Streaming Audiences

Lewis Ricci
Executive Director, Indiana Arts Commission

Lynn Schwartzberg
Community Arts Advocate

Janis Starcs
Owner, Caveat Emptor

Janet Stavropoulos
Attorney at Law

Charlotte Zietlow
Community Advocate

The WTIU Community Advisory Board assists WTIU in fulfilling its mission to inform, inspire, educate and entertain its audiences. Community Advisory Board members strive to do this by representing various constituencies among the 20+ counties that WTIU serves, monitoring and evaluating programs, giving voice to underserved populations, serving as a sounding board for ideas presented by WTIU staff, and bringing issues of community concern to the attention of station management.

WTIU Community Advisory Board meetings are open to the public and held on the first Thursday in March, June, September and December at noon in the Metz Board Room at the Virgil T. DeVault Alumni Center. View the Minutes (PDF) from the latest WTIU Community Advisory Board meeting.

WTIU’s license is held by the Trustees of Indiana University. Their meeting schedule can be found online.

If you’re interested in volunteering for the WTIU Community Advisory Board, a short note is all that’s required. Just tell us a little about yourself, why you’d like to be a part of this group, and the best way to get in touch with you. We are particularly interested in volunteers from the outlying counties of our service area, especially Bartholomew, Jackson, Lawrence, Martin and Morgan counties. Correspondence should be addressed to Phil Meyer, WTIU Station Manager, 1229 East Seventh Street, Bloomington, IN 47405; or by e-mail to pwmeyer@indiana.edu.

Current Advisory Board Members

Tom Bunger
Attorney, Bunger & Robertson

Becky Cape
Retired, Indiana University Lilly Library

Mike Conway
Associate Professor, Indiana University School of Journalism

Joan Curts
Retired, Indiana University Alumni Association

Pamela Davidson
Charitable Gift Planner and Consultant

Tim Decker
Veneer Industry Business Manager; Seymour, Indiana

Mark Edwards
Retired, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana

Alexandra Etheridge
Senior Schedule Director, representing student employees

Sally Gaskill
Director, Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP), Center for Postsecondary Research, Indiana University

Harold “Pete” Goldsmith
Dean of Students and Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Indiana University Bloomington Campus

Gary Hallum
Retired Educator, Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp.

Mike Hefron
Retired General Manager, The Bloomington Herald-Times

Cullen McCarty
Vice President, Smithville

Will Murphy
WFIU Public Radio

John Nash
Retired President, Irwin Financial Corporation, Columbus, Indiana

Martha Nice
Academic Enrichment Program; Throop Elementary School, Paoli, Indiana

Andrea Oeding
Assistant Gallery Operations Manager; WonderLab Museum of Science, Health, and Technology

Barbara Parks
Owner/Manager; The Village Candlemaker, Nashville, Indiana

Lynn Schwartzberg
Community Arts Volunteer

Honorable Viola J. Taliaferro
Retired Monroe County Circuit Court Judge

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Contact

Radio & TV Center
1229 E 7th St
Bloomington IN
47405

Radio: (812) 855-1357
TV: (812) 855-5900
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WFIU Public Radio

WFIU HD1 & HD2

103.7 FM Bloomington

WFIU HD1

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

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Listener Response Line
(812) 856-5352

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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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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