Perry Metz

Radio and Television Services IU Bloomington

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Areas of Expertise

Public radio, public television, public media management.

Expert Bio

Originally a journalist, Perry Metz spent two decades in university administration before being named general manager of WFIU/WTIU in 2003. He served eight years as president of the Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations and is currently chair of the national University Licensee Association -- the group that represents 75-plus public TV stations owned by universities -- and an adjunct associate professor of journalism in IU’s Media School. Metz has a bachelor’s in political science and journalism and a master’s in communication management from Indiana University. He has served on advisory panels for NPR News, regional Emmy judging and PBS television policy.

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Updated on: July 3, 2018