WSIU Public Broadcasting
#SIUDAY March 1, 2017

Since 1958, WSIU has provided trusted programming and services that inspire personal growth, community engagement, and a love for learning in people of all ages.  The WSIU stations serve more than three million people across five states and beyond through three digital television channels, three radio stations, an HD radio channel, a website, local production units, and an educational and community outreach department. Additional services include the Southern Illinois Radio Information Service (SIRIS), operated by WSIU Radio, which helps 1,000 individuals who are blind or whose physical condition prevents them from reading stay connected to the world. 

WSIU also offers professional development in the broadcast industry to hundreds of students each year.  Licensed to the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University, WSIU Public Broadcasting is an integral part of the College of Mass Communication & Media Arts on the Carbondale campus.

WSIU is powered by you.  Without your loyal support, the services we provide wouldn’t be possible.  When you make a contribution to WSIU, you are making an impact today, and, you’re a champion and advocate for a bright future.

WSIU Public Broadcasting Fund:  Gifts to be used for the advancement of Public Broadcasting at SIU (including all aspects of Broadcasting).

WSIU/WUSI TV Fundraising:  Advancement of the SIU Television Broadcasting Service.

WSIU Radio Fundraising:  Purchase of supplies, materials and services in support of specific activities for WSIU Radio.

Southern Illinois Radio Information Service: SIRIS Outreach Fund To support activities and programming for the Radio Information Service for print handicapped citizens on WSIU/WUSI FM.

Can’t wait till then to show your support? Click here to make your gift in advance of the Day of Giving. Please include “SIU Day of Giving” and name the fund you wish to support in the Comments/Notes section.


Saluki Cares Challenge
Saluki Cares facilitates and coordinates a university-wide program of care and support for students in distress. In addition to fostering a supportive environment, the program connects students to campus resources and provides students with opportunities to overcome personal and educational barriers on their path to success. The SIU Alumni Association will match every contribution to Saluki Cares up to $4,000 during #SIUDAY.
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