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.
Areas of Expertise
Public radio, public television, public media management.
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