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"We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It's easy to say 'It's not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.' Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes."
Fred Rogers, author, children's advocate, and children's programming pioneer
Just as Delyte Morris and Buren Robbins shared a vision for the future of regional public broadcasting at Southern Illinois University, today's WSIU stations work with our university and community partners to identify and meet the needs of our region.
We succeed only to the extent that our children learn, our viewers and listeners become engaged in the world around them, and our communities join together to make changes that improve the quality of life for everyone.
The future unfolding before us is vast, dynamic, and filled with challenges. But like the early visionaries at SIU, we believe these challenges can be transformed into opportunities by working together with intelligence, creativity, and compassion.
It is our heritage and our responsibility. And it can, with continued support, become our destiny.
Our national program schedules bring you the best from PBS, NPR, PRI, and other national television and radio program sources, but we must pay high annual fees to obtain these programs. Your direct financial support is essential to maintaining our high-quality program line up.
Like a museum or library, WSIU Public Broadcasting is sustained through special gifts from listeners and viewers like you who value our services. By naming WSIU Public Broadcasting in your will or trust, you can invest in the future of in-depth news, intelligent talk and great entertainment. Leave a legacy and ensure the future of WSIU Public Broadcasting.
Whether your business is large or small....retail, professional, business-to-business, governmental, or nonprofit....multi-state or around the corner....there is tremendous visibility in underwriting programming on the WSIU public radio and public television stations.
At WSIU Public Broadcasting, we are always looking for volunteers to lend us a helping hand. There are volunteer opportunities in almost every department: radio production and operations assistants, television production assistants and editors, SIRIS readers, pledge drive phone volunteer, community newspaper clippers, and many more.
WSIU and its parent institution, Southern Illinois University, is an equal opportunity employer and will not
discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, national
origin or sex in violation of Title VII.
The most recent WSIU EEO report, 2012 Community Impact Report and WSIU Financial Audit are available for review.
The online version of the FCC WSIU Public File is available here.
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