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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 Bloomington, Bedford, Columbus, and Terre Haute, and the communities of Martinsville, Linton, Bloomfield, Nashville, Spencer, and Seymour. Approximately 587, 525 TV households are included in the viewing area, cable, satellite, broadband and over-the-air combined, reaching an estimated 1, 492, 313 viewers.

Over 100 Indiana University students, from IU’s Department of Telecommunications, School of Journalism, and many other disciplines, complement their academic training and develop marketable skills through real-world experience gained by working alongside the station’s staff.

WTIU’s broadcast schedule combines the full national schedule of PBS programs with additional locally-selected series and programs. This includes series like , , , and .

Our children’s programming has well-known shows like Sesame Street, Curious George and Arthur.

Locally-produced programs include daily news breaks and a weekly magazine program covering local people, places, and events, . , WTIU’s own weekly Emmy Award-winning children’s program, features activities and guests including performance and visual artists, and scientists. is a monthly public affairs production airing on WTIU and WFIU. Each show includes a panel of experts discussing the topic of the month. The purpose of this program is to highlight issues or concerns in the state. There are a number of other programs currently in production.

Recent local documentaries include , , the series, the series, , and the Emmy Award-winning , and . DVDs and Blu-Ray disks of most WTIU productions can be found on our page.

With the television digital conversion in 2009, WTIU began broadcasting four separate channel streams — TIU HD, TIU World, TIU Family and TIU Espanol. The complete schedule for these channels can be found on our page.

WTIU is a member station of , , and .

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2007-08-14 16:11:49 by Emmanuel_Goldstein

*This* Kenneth Tomlinson?

Talking about credibility problems....
The CPB's inspector general has been investigating Tomlinson's practice of using agency money to hire consultants and lobbyists without notifying the agency's board. Tomlinson last year hired a little-known Indiana consultant to study the political leanings of guests on such programs as "Now With Bill Moyers" and "The Diane Rehm Show" on National Public Radio. He also hired lobbyists to defeat legislation that would have changed how CPB's board is structured.
The inspector, Kenneth Konz, also had been looking into whether Tomlinson violated agency procedures in his recruiting of former Republican National Committee co-chairman Patricia de Stacy Harrison...

2005-01-05 08:22:21 by puro

Rewriting history to justify corporate greed

Rewriting history to justify greed
Sam Smith
Encomiums to the wonders of market forces fill speeches and media reports. One National Public Radio reporter even went so far as to describe a form of government called market democracy, apparently a blend of the Bill of Rights and the Wall Street Journal editorial page.
In fact, most free workers in this country were self-employed well into the 19th century

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