WZIS-FM broadcasts at 90.7 megahertz from the campus of Indiana State University in Terre Haute. WZIS broadcasts 24 hours a day and offers a wide variety of music from classic hits to today’s best rock, pop, and hip-hop, sports, and news and public affairs programming.
Indiana State University students have won three awards in the 2015 Indiana Association of School Broadcasters competition. IASB is an organization consisting of and supporting Indiana high schools and colleges to promote professional excellence and student recognition in the area of media e…
WISU launched "All Things Wabash Valley" on February 4th 2015, the Terre Haute Tribune-Star reported. WISU in partnership with WFYI allows students to experience opportunities in public radio broadcasting.
To read more at Terre Haute's Tribune-Star click here.
Rich Green, WISU-FM general manager, far right, and WISU directors, fill in students interested in working for the campus radio station.
Z90.7fm and the Salvation Army of Terre Haute have teamed up this year for the Thanksgiving Food Drive. All items donated will go to the Salvation Army's Food Pantry. For every 2 items donated, you will be entered in a raffle to win B.O.B. tickets, November 14th at the Egyption Room in India…
WISU's 50th Anniversary:
WISU provided the music for the Bayh College of Education Ice Cream Social on Aug. 27, 2014. Our team included, from left, Julianne Mackey, news director; AJ Patiag, program director; Max Slizewski, student station manager; Rob Richards, music director; and Baley Halberstadt assistant promot…
WISU general manager Rich Green explains Student Media programs during the Job Fair Aug. 19, 2014.
The WISU crew provided the music for Sycamore Sunday, a welcome
event for first-year students. The event was Aug. 17, 2014, in the North
WISU was recognized on July 3, 2014 by College Broadcasters Inc.’s Spotlight. C.B.I is committed to students, who are involved in electronic media and related community programs. For more information about the spotlight visit C.B.I’s website.