WIU eliminating funding for WIUM/WIUW (our local public radio station)

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Wed Aug 29, 2018 9:19 am

Drove up to Pocatello from Salt Lake City last night. There was a stretch on I15 where the only radio station I could get in clearly was NPR. Only other noteworthy event yesterday was that the Stanford Womens VB team was on my flght to SLC. Sat in a row alongside 2 6'6" gals and a 6'4 and one about my size. #TallTrees
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Thu Sep 13, 2018 11:17 pm

And as can be seen by the success and excitement of Western's own TV, radio, and newspaper, student's get plenty of opportunity and truly excel when they enter the workforce.

http://www.wiu.edu/news/newsrelease.php ... e_id=15792
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Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:54 pm

Unanswered questions regarding Tri-States Public Radio.
From Saturday's McDonough County Voice:
http://www.mcdonoughvoice.com/news/2018 ... -questions

WIU Sheds Little Light on Tri-States Public Radio Defunding Decision.
From Tri-States Public Radio, WIUM-FM:
http://www.tspr.org/post/wiu-sheds-litt ... g-decision
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Mon Oct 01, 2018 6:58 pm

Western Board of Trustees Hears More Criticism of Tri-States Public Radio Funding Cut.

From Tri-States Public Radio, WIUM-FM:
http://www.tspr.org/post/wiu-bot-hears- ... unding-cut
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