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Indiana Public Media | WFIU Public Radio - NPR | WTIU Public Television - PBS

Signing on the air on March 3, 1969, WTIU is the public television station licensed to Indiana University, operating out of the Radio and TV Center on the Bloomington, Indiana campus.

The station serves all or part of 29 counties in central Indiana, including the cities of Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, and Terre Haute, and the communities of Bloomfield, Linton, Martinsville, Nashville, Seymour, and Spencer.  Approximately 607,126 TV households are included in the viewing area.  We estimate that between broadcast, cable, satellite, and broadband, WTIU reaches an estimated 1,542,101 viewers.

Over 80 students, from Indiana University’s Media School, an entity built upon the traditions of telecommunications, journalism, film studies, and other disciplines, complement their academic training and develop marketable skills through real-world experience gained by working alongside the station’s staff each year.

WTIU’s broadcast schedule combines the full national schedule of PBS programs with additional locally-selected series and programs. This includes series like Antiques RoadshowNOVAPBS Newshour, Masterpiece and The American Experience. Our children’s programming includes well-known series like Curious George,Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and Sesame Street.

Our locally-produced, award-winning programs include three weekly series, as well as daily news breaks.  The Weekly Special is a magazine program which highlights local people, places, and events. The Friday Zone, WTIU’s own weekly children’s program, features performances, guests, activities, and ideas for fun and exploration.  Indiana Newsdesk covers the economy, politics, education and the environment for the WTIU viewing area. This weekly show from WTIU/WFIU News focuses on stories that have impact on our community, our state and our region. There are also a number of additional local specials currently in production.

Recent local documentaries include Along The Wabash: The Story of Indiana’s State River, Bill Cook: A Heck of a Ride, Bloomington: Remember When, Fall Creek Massacre, Finding the Fix: Heroin’s Hold on the Heartland, the Hoosier Hospitality series, the Indiana Legends series, Indiana Motoring: Concours d’Elegance of French Lick, Lew Wallace: Shiloh Soldier/Ben-Hur Bard, Mary Bateman Clark: Woman of Color and Courage, and Spirit of Johnson County. DVDs and Blu-Ray disks of most WTIU productions can be found on our ShopTIU page.

With the television digital conversion in 2009, WTIU began broadcasting multiple channel streams. Today, our lineup includes: WTIU HD, WTIU World, WTIU Create, WTIU Echo, and WTIU Kids. The complete schedule for these channels can be found on our Program Schedule page.

WTIU is a member station of PBSIndiana’s Public Broadcasting Stations, and The Association of Public Television Stations.

Indiana Public Media is a producer and distributor of public media from WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television at Indiana University including your favorite programming from NPR and PBS.

Contact

Radio & TV Center
1229 E 7th St
Bloomington IN
47405

Radio: (812) 855-1357
TV: (812) 855-5900
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WFIU Public Radio

WFIU 1 (FM)

103.7  Bloomington

100.7  Columbus
101.7  French Lick/West Baden
98.9    Greensburg
106.1  Kokomo
95.1    Terre Haute

WFIU 2 (FM)

101.9  Bloomington
103.7  Bloomington (HD2)
100.1  Seymour

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WTIU Public Television

Over-the-Air Digital

Ch. 30.1 WTIU HD
Ch. 30.2 WTIU World
Ch. 30.3 WTIU Create
Ch. 30.4 WTIU Echo
Ch. 30.5 WTIU Kids

Comcast Cable (Bloomington)

Ch. 5 WTIU
Ch. 17 WTIU World
Ch. 305 WTIU Create
Ch. 355 WTIU Kids
Ch. 1022 WTIU HD

See cable channel numbers for outside Bloomington »

Satellite

WTIU is available to Dish Network and DirecTV subscribers with the Indianapolis local stations package on Ch. 30. The national PBS satellite feed is still available without the local stations package.

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