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Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM has commissioned the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network studios in Gainesville, that serves the network of the 13 public radio stations in the state of Florida. FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate and Florida Director of Emergency Management Bryan […]
Congratulations to WUFT News for winning seven 2014 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards. The Radio Television Digital News Association announced the awards in late April. The awards recognize work of the highest quality produced by radio, television and online news […]
The WUFT-FM Spring Membership Campaign runs from March 31 through April 11. Thanks for your financial support for programming and services. Make your contribution by calling 352-392-9838, 1-800-338-9838 or online at wuft.org.
PBS has announced that full-length episodes and clips from favorite PBS programs will be available for users in the United States directly on Apple TV. PBS programming on Apple TV will include hundreds of videos from PBS stations, including full-length […]
WUFT has been proud to bring you Family Album Radio for the last 10 years in partnership with Family, Youth and Community Sciences and IFAS Extension. Unfortunately, funding has been discontinued for Family Album Radio and Friday, November 15 is […]