Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting

Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, that operates WFYI Public Television (channel 20, digital channels 20.1, 20.2 and 20.2) and WFYI-FM Public Radio (90.1 FM & HD1 and HD2, publicly branded as "The Point"), which are member stations of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR), respectively. Digital TV channel 20.1 (WFYI 1) primarily broadcasts mainline PBS Kids programming during the day and both locally produced and nationally produced and distributed PBS productions in the evenings and overnight. Digital TV channel 20.2 (WFYI 2) operates as "V-me," airing local and national Spanish-language programming. Digital TV channel 20.3 (WFYI 3) airs some re-runs of nationally-developed programming as well as elements of the national "Create Channel," which focuses programming on "how-to" types of educational TV. The beginnings of the "Indiana Channel" are also aired weekly on WFYI 3.

The corporation is headquartered at 1630 N. Meridian Street in Indianapolis.

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