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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

October 14, 2014



FRONTLINE: The Trouble with Antibiotics

Track the use of antibiotics in food animals and if it’s fueling antibiotic resistance in people.

October 14, 2014


Henry Louis Gates

Finding Your Roots: Roots of Freedom

Learn how the ancestors of Ben Affleck, Khandi Alexander and Ben Jealous fought for freedom.

October 13, 2014


Independent Lens

Independent Lens: Bully

Get an unflinching look at the effects of bullying on the lives of five kids and their families.

October 11, 2014



Live From Lincoln Center: The Nance Starring Nathan Lane

Nathan Lane stars in Tony Award-nominated play "The Nance."

October 10, 2014


Cheek to Cheek

Great Performances: Tony Bennett and Lady GaGa

Savor a selection of songs from the collaborative classic jazz recording Cheek to Cheek.

October 9, 2014



The Weekly Special: Fall Freeze

Don't let the change in season keep you cold! Join the Weekly Special for Hoosier stories that will warm your heart.

October 8, 2014


Surviving Ebola

NOVA: Surviving Ebola

Hear reports from the Ebola hot zone and from labs where scientists are racing to find a cure.

October 8, 2014



Penguins: Spy in the Huddle, Growing Up

Watch as the chicks grow and eventually head to the sea, facing the same hazards their parents did.

October 8, 2014


Flight path

NOVA: Why Planes Vanish

Get the inside story of the search for Flight MH370 and meet those who looked for the lost plane.

October 7, 2014


Glenn Close

Makers: Women in Hollywood

Follow women of showbiz as they influence one of the country’s biggest commodities: entertainment.

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