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Public Radio from Indiana University


WFIU--Public Radio from Indiana University--is your local source for classical music, news, jazz, and weekend entertainment. WFIU is committed to quality broadcasting without commercial interruption. WFIU can be heard in Bloomington at 103.7 fm

Through National Public Radio (NPR), Public Radio International (PRI), American Public Media (APM), and other resources, WFIU connects Indiana to the world.

WFIU is proud of its position as one of Indiana's primary information and cultural resources. WFIU partners with organizations throughout our communities, informing listeners of non-profit services, concerts, events, and lectures. Our Web site allows online submissions of public service announcements, making it easy for groups to share information with listeners. WFIU also offers a day of dedication in exchange for donations during the annual fund drive.

WFIU, along with WTIU broadcasts from studios in the IU Radio and Television Center on the Bloomington campus.

An Invitation

Tune in sometime and hear what makes WFIU so special. We invite you to become a member of the WFIU family! You can make a real difference in the quality of life in Central and Southern Indiana.


WFIU signed on the air in 1950. At that time, WFIU claimed to be Bloomington's first FM station, and also the first to broadcast from Indiana University. The station was student-run until 1971. It began running "All Things Considered" in May 1971, and in 1973 the station became a nearly all-classical music radio station featuring national programs as well as locally produced content. In 2000 WFIU published a history of its first 50 years of operation[1].

WFIU officially went HD in July of 2008 adding a second digital audio channel that plays more talk programs.


Current and past radio personalities heard on WFIU.



Contact Information

Radio & Television Center
1229 E. 7th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-5501

Phone: 812-855-1357
Fax: 812-855-5600
Membership Department: 812-855-6114 or 800-662-3311

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