Last modified: Monday, November 17, 2008
WFIU Public Radio receives award for community involvement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 17, 2008
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- For the third year in a row, WFIU received a Spectrum Award by the Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) for Community Involvement. WFIU Marketing Director Scott Witzke received the award at a ceremony at Sheraton Keystone at the Crossing in Indianapolis on Saturday, Nov. 8.
"We are extremely proud of this award because community service is one of our core values and is the heart of our mission to enrich the lives of those in the WFIU listening area," said WFIU Station Manager Christina Kuzmych writes.
Each year the IBA recognizes superior performance and broadcast excellence with the Spectrum Award. Established as a venue for honoring professionals on the 'front line' of the broadcast industry, the Spectrum Award has become a highly coveted distinction among Hoosier broadcasters and is widely regarded as the state's highest honor for broadcasters.
WFIU -- Public Radio from Indiana University -- broadcasts in Bloomington at 103.7 fm, with translators in Columbus at 100.7 fm, French Lick/West Baden at 101.7 fm, Greensburg at 98.9 fm, Kokomo at 106.1 fm, and Terre Haute at 95.1 fm. WFIU is an NPR member station offering local and national news as well as Jazz and Classical Music.
For more information, contact Witzke at 812-855-0198 and firstname.lastname@example.org.