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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

November 19, 2014

 

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To Catch A Comet

Watch the daring attempt to land an orbiter on the surface of a comet as it zooms around the sun.

November 19, 2014

 

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NOVA: Killer Landslides

Learn what triggered the deadliest U.S. landslide in decades.

November 19, 2014

 

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Nature: Invasion of the Killer Whales

Examine the impact of an ever-growing number of killer whales in Arctic waters in the summer months.

November 18, 2014

 

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FRONTLINE: Firestone and the Warlord

Investigate the relationship between Firestone and the infamous Liberian warlord Charles Taylor.

November 18, 2014

 

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Cold War Roadshow: American Experience

Revisit Nikita Khrushchev’s historic 1959 visit to America at the height of the Cold War.

November 18, 2014

 

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Finding Your Roots: Ancient Roots

Trace the histories of three quintessential voices: Tina Fey, David Sedaris and George Stephanopoulos.

November 17, 2014

 

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Independent Lens: Happiness

See how television may affect a Bhutanese child isolated from commerce, materialism and celebrity.

November 16, 2014

 

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Masterpiece Contemporary: Worricker, Salting the Battlefield

Find out why both the prime minister and an old MI5 colleague want Johnny back.

November 16, 2014

 

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Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise, Season 2, Part 8

In the Season 2 finale of "The Paradise," Clémence returns, but finds herself beholden to Weston.

November 12, 2014

 

Row of terracotta warriors, Pit One, TAM

NOVA: Emperor’s Ghost Army

Investigate how and why life-sized terracotta statues were made for Emperor Qin Shi Huang of China.

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