The group of radio stations known as WFSU Public Media are NPR member stations licensed to Florida State University.
Programs include National Public Radio news favorites such as All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Marketplace, as well as entertainment and documentary programming such as Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me, This American Life, Fresh Air, and Code Switch.
WFSU also produces local radio news, information, and programming. Local long-format programs include: Perspectives, a weekly local affairs talk show, and Capital Report, a weekly (weekdays during Legislative session) magazine-style program highlighting news and information from around the State of Florida.).
Established in 1975, the Florida Public Radio Network is the oldest public radio network in the United States. Its mission is to provide public radio listeners with in-depth coverage of the Florida Legislature, state government and issues that affect Florida. FPRN serves thirteen public radio stations across the state. Each week, these stations provide public radio services to over one million listeners and these stations span Florida from Pensacola to Miami, leaving virtually no Floridian out of reach of a FPRN signal.
Tallahassee - 88.9 FM
Downtown Tallahassee - 93.7 FM
Apalachicola - 96.7 FM
Carrabelle - 97.1 FM
Tallahassee - 91.5 FM
NE Tallahassee - 92.7 FM
Thomasville - 90.7 FM (WFSL-FM)
Panama City - 89.1 FM
Marianna - 106.1 FM
Port St. Joe - 91.1 FM
Listen to WFSU radio live online: anytime, anywhere. Live webcasts of WFSU's stations are available 24/7. More information can be found on our listen page.