WSIU Public Broadcasting is an essential public resource that combines the power of media with the power of people to strengthen our communities
WSIU Public Broadcasting
1100 Lincoln Dr – Ste 1003
SIU Mailcode 6602
Carbondale, IL 62901-4306
Business Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: The WSIU offices and studios are located in the Communications Building on the campus of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, USA.
Main Office: (618) 453-4343
Main Office Toll-Free: (866) 498-5561
Customer Service | Membership: (618) 453-6184
Pledge Line: (618) 453-9748
Pledge Line Toll-Free: (800) 745-9748
SIRIS (Radio Reading Service): (618) 453-2808
WSIU Education & Outreach: (618) 453-5595
WSIU Radio: (618) 453-4344
WSIU Radio Newsroom: (618) 453-6101
WSIU Radio Listener Line: (618) 453-8272
WSIU TV: (618) 453-4344
WSIU TV Newsroom (River Region): (618) 453-6541
WSIU TV DTV Questions: (618) 453-6156
WSIU TV DVD | VHS Purchases: (618) 453-6184
WSIU TV Programming: (618) 453-6169
Closed Captioning Issues: (618) 453-8137
Public File Inquiries – Connie Johnson: (618) 453-6183
Main Fax Line: (618) 453-6186
Education & Outreach: (618) 453-6159
Promotions: (618) 453-6159
SIRIS (Radio Reading Service): (618) 453-2801
WSIU Radio Newsroom Fax: (618) 453-6246
WSIU TV Newsroom Fax: (618) 453-5283
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.
Licensed to the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University, WSIU Public Broadcasting actively partners with the academic programs of the College of Mass Communication & Media Arts for student training, employment, and engagement opportunities.
The WSIU stations serve more than three million people across five states and beyond through five digital television channels: WSIU | WUSI |WSEC | WMEC | WQEC, three radio stations: WSIU | WUSI | WVSI, an HD radio channel, a website, local production units, and an education and community outreach department. Additional services include the Southern Illinois Radio Information Service (SIRIS), operated by WSIU Radio, which helps nearly 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.