WSIU Broadcasting | College of Mass Communicationa nd Media Arts | SIU

Southern Illinois University



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Brian Kelso-Crow on air during the popular music show "Celtic Connections".

WSIU's Monica Tichenor and MCMA graduate student Katie Tullis at the Literacy Parade.

River Region Evening News broadcasts give students hands-on experience in all facets of television news production.

Scholastic Hi-Q

A knowledge-based competition show for high school students, is among several of WSIU’s locally produced programs.

Brian Kelso-Crow, on air during "Celtic Connections"WSIU Literacy ParadeRiver Region Evening News student anchors on airScholastic HI-Q competition show in progress

WSIU Broadcasting

A university is more than buildings, equipment, and classrooms.  It’s a community.  An integral part of our College and the region, WSIU operates National Public Radio (NPR) and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member stations that reach more than three million people across five states.  WSIU also offers students numerous experiential opportunities that mesh with their classroom experiences, including work with the award-winning River Region Evening News.