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Scott Witzke

Scott Witzke moved to Bloomington in 1996. He received a Masters in Music from Indiana University, a Bachelors in Music from Clayton State University, and a Bachelor in Arts from Millersville University. Scott began working at WFIU as Marketing Director in 2006, and is now Marketing Director for WTIU. He enjoys cooking, swimming, and playing music.

Recent posts by Scott

September 4, 2014



Trains Around North America

Listen to stories that capture railroads as they defined the spirit of North America, creating a new industry, and re-writing transportation history.

September 4, 2014


Bill Cook

Bill Cook: A Heck Of A Ride

A compelling portrait of the man behind the legend.

August 28, 2014


Spirit of Brown County

Spirit of Brown County

Explore the art, history, and culture that developed out of the rugged and beautiful landscape of Brown County, Indiana.

August 21, 2014



Hoosier Hospitality: Wine

Explore the world of wine in Indiana in this hour-long television documentary.

August 20, 2014



Nature: Raccoon Nation

Find out if human beings’ efforts to outwit raccoons are actually making the animals smarter.

August 18, 2014


POV Dance For Me

POV: Dance For Me

Delight in a poetic coming-of-age story, with a global twist and thrilling dance moves.

August 17, 2014


The Roosevelts

PBS Previews: The Roosevelts

Sample the upcoming Ken Burns documentary about Theodore, Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt.

August 11, 2014


Tombi the Elephant

Tombi’s Animal Adventure

WTIU offers you an opportunity to make an animal connection of your own with Tombi, an African elephant, right here in Indiana.

August 11, 2014



Chicken Soup For The Soul: Food & Family

Gather around the table to learn why eating with family and friends is important for health.

August 10, 2014



Doc Martin

Selected by WTIU Viewers, enjoy this popular BBC series about a big city general practitioner who takes a job in a sleepy village.

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