WTIU, the PBS station serving west and south central Indiana, is proud to announce the premiere of Our Town: Terre Haute, a video documentary that takes you on a journey through the history of Terre Haute. The television premiere will take place on Monday, August 30 at 8pm E.S.T. Viewers in Terre Haute can watch on Time Warner Cable Channel 10.
“Our Town: Terre Haute is the sixth Our Town documentary that I have worked on.” Writes Senior Producer John Winninger. “I discovered so many wonderful stories and fascinating facts about Terre Haute and can’t wait for viewers to experience the documentary.”
Our Town: Terre Haute is a truly American tale full of inspiring triumphs, dramatic setbacks, and surprising twists and turns. Along the way you’ll meet colorful and fascinating characters, you’ll discover Terre Haute’s surprising number of esteemed institutions of higher learning, and you’ll get a taste of the impressive array of arts and vibrant festivals that instill Terre Haute with a lively and forward-looking spirit.
“Working on Our Town: Terre Haute with WTIU was a great experience.” Writes Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett. “They did a tremendous job looking at our city from different viewpoints. We enjoy a wonderful community history and along with the many exciting things currently happening, I am certain that the final product will provide the viewing audience with a good, inside look at Terre Haute today.”
Viewers can learn more about Our Town: Terre Haute or see a trailer online»
Our Town: Terre Haute is made possible in part by the Electrical Workers of the IBEW Local 725 and the National Electrical Contractors Association; The Hollie and Anna Oakley Foundation; The Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau; and The Wabash Valley Community Foundation.