Origer said he didn't yet know what week the Pulaski County segment would air, citing the show's need of further underwriting and varying air schedules of the different Indiana PBS stations. He expected to announce it at a later date.
Later this year, the county council earmarked another $10,000 for a half-hour spot on a companion show that's in the works, named "Extraordinary Indiana." That spot will focus on the business potential of Pulaski County, said Origer, and will be valuable not so much for the TV exposure but for the raw footage the county will obtain after the segment is filmed.
Sarah Einselen is news editor at the Pharos-Tribune. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 574-732-5151. Twitter: @PharosSME