WISU, Indiana State University’s student radio station, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week with a recepetion, panel discussion and an event at Tent City during Homecoming activities at Memorial Stadium.
Student Media news 2014-15
As the lead singer of Young the Giant belts out the final verse of “Mind Over Matter,” Denise Smith inches toward the microphone and delivers a does of encouragement, capped with a “love you,” to her audience.
Gov. Mike Pence will be one of the featured guests on a new public affairs radio program being launched Wednesday on WISU (89.7 FM), an Indiana State University radio station.
Terre Haute and other west-central Indiana residents will soon be able to listen to a full schedule of National Public Radio programming through a partnership between Indiana State University and WFYI Public Media.
Indiana State University Sycamores Kurt Darling, Cole Smith, and AJ Patiag were selected as finalists of two categories in the College Broadcasters Inc. National Student Production Awards.
A passion for broadcasting brought Marty Conner, Howard Espravnik and Carl Gustin to Indiana State University more than 40 years ago.
WISU, Indiana State University's student radio station, will celebrate its 50th anniversary this week with a reception, panel discussion and an event at Tent City during Sycamore Homecoming activities.
Indiana State University announced a new partnership today with WFYI Public Media.
Indiana State University's Student Media organization has launched "Syc Creations," a digital-design and production team offering video production and graphic and web-design services.
"Groundbreaking" is how student broadcasters at Indiana State University described Thursday's launch of WZIS (90.7 FM) as the university's new radio station aimed at teens and young adults and the inauguration of National Public Radio programing on WISU (89.7).