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Our Town

Thank You Indiana County!

Posted by Whitney on 08/20 at 07:37 AM

WPSU received calls from all over Indiana County during the broadcast premiere of “Our Town: Indiana” on Thursday, August 9. You can watch the entire broadcast at http://wpsu.org/tv/episodes/ourtown. Our volunteers were so dedicated throughout the entire project and you can see the extensive credits list at the end of the program. With friends at The Jimmy Stewart Museum, IUP, The Indiana County Tourist Bureau, The Indiana County Chamber of Commerce, and friends from Nanty Glo who joined us for this production, we had a whole crew on board to help showcase all that Indiana County has to offer! Thank you to everyone who called and thanks to all the businesses who provided production funding for the project.

Funding support: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana Regional Medical Center, Indiana County Tourist Bureau, Indiana County Center for Economic Operations, Soft-Lite/Gorell, The Reschini Group, S&T Bank, First Commonwealth Bank, and Indiana County Manufacturing Consortium. 

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