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IU Radio & Television Services is the professional audio, video, and event support production unit within Indiana University.

Utilizing the highest quality production equipment and practices, we work with a wide range of clients to create videos, audio, web, and event support elements – for broadcast, live web streaming, file creation, disc creation, and any other possible means of transmission and distribution.

Since 1950, our award-winning work has been recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the TELLY Awards, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Edward R. Murrow Awards, and countless other festivals and organizations.

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A Full Range of Services

We are here to help IU departments and clients use media to their best advantage.

Services are comprehensive:

  • Project design
  • Video production
  • Webpage creation
  • Audio production
  • Writing and editing
  • Studio work
  • Location shooting
  • Event support

More than 80 clients worked with us in the last year to create web videos, podcasts, live broadcasts, webcasts, and events.

Our producers understand higher education, non-profit, and corporate goals. They listen to your needs and then produce a product of which you can be proud.

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Have questions or comments? Contact us:

Nate Wrigley

Nate Wrigley
Technical Director, E&PS

Radio & TV Services Clients

  • ABC
  • Al-Jazeera
  • BBC
  • Big Picture Science
  • CBS
  • CNN
  • Columbus Area Visitors Center
  • DeMolay International
  • Evangelical Community Church
  • FOX
  • French Lick Resort & Casino
  • Indiana Memorial Union
  • Indiana University
  • Indiana University Board of Trustees
  • IU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics IU Foundation
  • IU Health Bloomington Hospital
  • Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington John Flower Productions
  • Milestone Film & Video
  • Minnesota Public Radio
  • National Public Radio
  • NBC
  • PBS
  • William T. Patten Foundation
  • Stimulus Engineering
  • The Children's Museum of Indianapolis