Have Questions or Suggestions?
Do you have any questions or suggestions for us at WFYI? We would love to hear from you. Feel free to fill out the form below, and the appropriate contact will get back with you. You can also reach us by phone to speak with someone directly or leave a message. Our regular business hours are Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you would like to contact PBS or NPR directly you can do so via these links:
WFYI Main Desk: Call our front desk at (317) 636-2020 to speak with our receptionist who will connect you with the appropriate person.
Closed Captioning Contact: Questions or comments having to do with closed captions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 715-2090.
Professional Services: For more information about facility rental, production services, or becoming a tenant at 1630 N. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, visit our Professional Services page, or call our main switchboard at 317-636-2020.
Viewer and Listener Services: For more information about WFYI's television and radio programming, or to report an issue with our over-the-air or streaming services, call 317-715-2090.
Membership: For information regarding WFYI membership; including inquiries about membership benefits, ways to support WFYI, and how to join, please visit our Membership page or call 317-715-2009.
Volunteer Opportunities: If you would like to learn more about volunteering at WFYI, including info about upcoming events, types of volunteer opportunities, and more. Feel free to visit our Volunteer page and fill out the online form or call our volunteer office at 317-614-0461.
Sponsorship/Underwriting Wanting to find out how you can become a sponsor of WFYI? Visit our Sponsorship page to get information about what you need to do.
Community Engagement: Please contact Community Engagement with inquiries regarding learning services; such as outreach opportunities and educational resources for students, teachers, and parents. Community Engagement can also answer questions about our American Graduate initiative, the Spirited Chase event (a part of the Spirit and Place Festival), and involvement in community events.
IRIS: IRIS is our around-the-clock communications link for the print-challenged. Find out more about this audio service, how to use it, and how to volunteer on the IRIS page.
Use the form below to send us a message regarding any of our services. Thank you!