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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

August 3, 2013

 

Phil Meyer

Thank You For Your Support

WTIU would like to thank everyone who supported quality public television during our recent Membership Campaign.

August 1, 2013

 

Doc Counsilman

Doc Counsilman: Making Waves

Explore the life of the famed IU swimming coach who revolutionized the sport.

July 31, 2013

 

Paula and her son Cody.

POV: Neurotypical

Explore autism from the point of view of three autistic people: child, teenager and adult.

July 31, 2013

 

Lindburgh Baby

NOVA: Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby?

Follow investigators’ efforts to determine what really happened to Lindbergh’s baby — and why.

July 31, 2013

 

V2_Rocket

Nazi Mega Weapons: V2 Rocket

The story of the first long-range rocket, the V-2, including how it laid the foundation for the space race.

July 30, 2013

 

Santa Clause Land

Great Old Amusement Parks

Celebrate pre-Disney parks and check out some old wooden roller coasters and other classic rides.

July 27, 2013

 

Shaun Evans as Endeavour Morse and Roger Allam as DI Thursday

Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series 1: Home

See why Morse must choose between his job responsibilities and loyalty to his mentor.

July 26, 2013

 

Kellye Saunders of the Collage Dance Collective performing Dying Swan as seen in

Great Performances: Dancing At Jacob’s Pillow: Never Stand Still

Enter a world of dance, the artists who dedicate their lives to it and a place where it flourishes.

July 25, 2013

 

IN Focus

IN Focus: Women In Indiana’s Prisons

A look at why the female prison population is up 50 percent from a decade ago.

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