Last week, we looked at where WFIU's funding comes from. Now let's take a closer look at where that money is spent.
There are many misunderstanding about where funding for public radio in general and WFIU in particular comes from. Here is how our revenue sources break down.
It’s been a long journey, but the state has finally passed a budget. Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations were cut by eight percent for the next two years.
Thank you for your overwhelming response to our plea for financial support to help bridge WFIU’s shortfall.
The economic downturn changed our budget projections nationally and locally. WFIU needs your help to generate immediate revenue to face the new reality.
As of this writing we are still awaiting news from three critical sources of funding for the next fiscal year: federal, state, and IU
Many of you have asked how WFIU is faring these days. The answer is that we are making ends meet—but like so many of you, we are trimming budgets deeply.