ISU Media Pogramming Change

ISU Media Pogramming Change

A change in radio stations at Indiana State University will bring some different programming to airwaves in the Wabash Valley.
Today Indiana State University announced a new partnership with an Indianapolis based radio and television station. The agreement will bring national public radio to the Wabash Valley on 89.7 FM

Rose-Hulman transferred the license to 90.7 to the Sycamores, and that's where you'll now find music programming. ISU studnets will have on-air and behind the scenes work opportunities.
   
President Daniel Bradley says the experiential learning the partnership provides is a necessary part of education, "The job market is never easy and so if you can go into a job market with some real experience and some real tangible results, it's going to be a big help to you."

WIUS will now move to 90.7 and the station will be called WZIS.
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