WFSU television offers around-the-clock public media services via broadcast and live or video on-demand streaming.
WFSU operates two FCC-licensed broadcast stations: WFSU in Tallahassee and WFSG in Panama City. Our licenses are owned by Florida State University. Both stations commonly use the name WFSU Public Media.
WFSU's television lineup includes PBS KIDS, PBS national programming, Create-TV, The Florida Channel (a state government-based programming service of WFSU-TV), and 4fsu, Florida State University's educational access cable station.
While WFSU utilizes the programming available through PBS (Public Broadcasting Service), we also locally produce television content. Many of our television programs and segments are available to view online or by using the PBS app on your smart-tv or mobile device. Users must be localized to WFSU Public Media.
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PBS is a membership-based organization that, in partnership with its member stations, serves the American public with programming and services of the highest quality. PBS uses media to educate, inspire, entertain and express a diversity of perspectives. As an organization, PBS empowers individuals to achieve their potential and strengthens the social, democratic, and cultural health of the U.S.
With PBS KIDS, WFSU offers programming that expands the minds of children; we share documentaries that open up new worlds; we distribute non-commercialized news programs that keep citizens informed on world events and cultures; WFSU hosts programs that expose Americans to music, theater, dance and art. We are a multi-platform media organization that serves our audiences through television, mobile devices, online platforms, in the classroom, and more.
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