ISU partnering with WFYI Public Media

WTHI Photo, John Timm
WTHI Photo, John Timm

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – On Wednesday Indiana State University announced a partnership with WFYI Public Media which will greatly expand opportunities for ISU students.

This new partnership will bring a full schedule of National Public Radio public affairs and news programming to west-central Indiana.

“This arrangement will satisfy a need for full-time NPR news and information station in the Wabash Valley while continuing Indiana State’s 50-year tradition of providing experiential learning for student broadcasters,” Indiana State President Dan Bradley stated on Wednesday. “I would like to thank the leadership of Rose-Hulman for their assistance in making this possible.”

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