Since its inception in 1980, WHUT has worked to not only provide its viewing community with programs that are educative and empowering, but also to reach out into this community hands-on, with activities and events that aid in the community partnership, the promotion of education for youth and healthy living.
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Community Advisory Board
WHUT Community Advisory Board members come from a broad cross-section of WHUT’s viewers, listeners, and Web visitors. Although Community Advisory Board members play a solely advisory role, their valuable recommendations strengthen WHUT’s service to our community. Read about our Board Members, and find out the Board's meeting schedule.
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Funding For Indie Producers
WHUT recognizes that Independent producers are a vital creative force in providing programming to public television and the national PBS system. In co-operation with the Independent Television Service (ITVS), we participate in an initiative that helps independent producers enter into production partnerships with public television stations.
Indie Lens Pop-Up
WHUT currently works in partnership with the Independent Television Service (ITVS) to host monthly ITVS Indie-Lens Pop Up screening events in WHUT studios and Busboys and Poets, a restaurant and bookstore located in the U Street corridor of Washington.
WHUT creates partnerships with local community groups to bring the power of television to spotlight issues that are important to you. We take pride in the partnerships we've established and always open for opportunities to share in new ones. WHUT is committed to being the voice of our community at-large.For more information, you can connect with WHUT contact: Community and Outreach Department - Ivana@whut.org