Action Alert: Help Save PBS AND NPR Federal Funding

Find more info and details on contacting your representatives TODAY at: http://www.wfyi.org/ Congress will take a critical vote in the next few days to eliminate ALL federal support for local public television and radio stations. These funds help us to…Read More

Related Topic: More info on arts funding

Update from Indiana Coalition for the Arts: Final State Budget   State Budget Cuts the Arts by 20% Take Action!   Despite the efforts of many arts advocates, the new state budget for the biennium beginning July 1, 2009 resulted in a 20% cut to the Indiana…Read More

July 2009 - New IN State Budget

Public broadcasting will get $3.2 million a year, down from $3.5 million a year. The Indiana Arts Commission will get $3.2 million annually, down from $4 million a year. Thank your representatives for preserving funding for IN Public Broadcasting in this…Read More

In an economic catastrophe that has ripped away jobs, homes and peace of mind, how important is information?

Can we afford to cut funding for public broadcasting? Gov. Mitch Daniels' office cut funds from public radio and TV that had already been promised to them. Published: 6/10/2009 http://www.etruth.com/Know/News/Story.aspx?id=485318

EVENT: Mix with WFYI 20.40 on May 19th

Mix with WFYI 20.40 Bourbon Street Distillery, 361 Indiana Ave. Tuesday, May 19 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm Would you like to learn more about WFYI Public Broadcasting? Join WFYI 20.40 at Bourbon Street Distillery on Tuesday, May 19 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm. This event…Read More

Join WFYI in Supporting The Arts on April 20

Indy Culture Rally on Monday, April 20, from noon to 12:30 pm, on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis The rally will draw attention to the contributions of local cultural institutions and demonstrate that these organizations have a significant impact on…Read More

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