WFYI boss elected to national PBS board

Lloyd Wright, president and CEO of WFYI Public Broadcasting, has been elected to the PBS board of directors. He will serve
a three-year term.

Wright

The appointment marks the second time Wright, one of Indianapolis’ longest-serving station
managers, has been elected to PBS’ national governing board. From 1999 through 2004, he completed two subsequent terms,
serving on the Member Services Committee (the task force responsible for establishing the PBS Foundation) and as vice chairman
of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee.

Wright is one of six public television executives nationwide
recently named to the PBS board.

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