Slideshow: Indiana Newsdesk Set

The new set being built for WTIU's "Indiana Newsdesk" premiering in September.

  • Joe Hren

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    Photo: WTIU

    Joe Hren will be the host of Indiana Newsdesk.

  • The design of the new Indiana Newsdesk set.

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    Photo: WTIU

    The design of the new Indiana Newsdesk set.

  • The background wall being built with WTIU news videographer Bill Shaw looking on.

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    Photo: Joe Hren

    The background wall being built with WTIU news videographer Bill Shaw looking on.

  • The platform being built includes lights around the perimeter. The anchor desk may also be seen in the background.

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    Photo: Joe Hren

    The platform being built includes lights around the perimeter. The anchor desk may also be seen in the background.

  • Indiana Newsdesk

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    Photo: Joe Hren

    The side wall wings getting some final touches before being moved into the studio.

  • Indiana Newsdesk

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    Photo: Joe Hren

    The anchor desk needs a top and flat screen monitor before it's finished.

  • Indiana Newsdesk

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    Photo: Jimmy Jenkins

    Host Joe Hren stands on the platform for the new set of "Indiana Newsdesk."

  • IND set

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    Photo: Sara Wittmeyer

    Rehearsal with set during pre-show.

When you want to know more about the economy, politics, education or the environment, the place for you to go is Indiana Newsdesk. This half-hour show from the WFIU/WTIU news team focuses on stories that have impact on our community, our state and our region.

Hosted by Joe Hren, Indiana Newsdesk presents the week’s top headlines, interviews with the people behind the stories, and an in-depth look at timely issues and the stories that affect your life.

Indiana Newsdesk premieres Friday, September 27 at 6 p.m.

Joe Hren

Anchor, Indiana Newsdesk - WTIU & WFIU News. Follow him on Twitter @Joe_Hren

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