There is much to learn about WFSU and the range of services we offer to the public. Use the links to the right to find additional answers about WFSU. If you should still have questions, please follow the Contact Us link at the bottom of any page, and we will be happy to try to find an answer for you.
WFSU-TV and Radio are housed together in one building near Innovation Park and the Engineering Campus of The Florida State University (map). WFSU also holds space on the 9th floor of the Capitol building, in Tallahassee, as The Florida Channel. In Panama City, WFSU is known as WFSG-TV and WFSW-FM.
In total, WFSU provides two television broadcast stations (WFSU and WFSG), one cable television station (4FSU), one statewide satellite television service (The Florida Channel), four FM broadcast stations (WFSU, WFSQ WFSW, and WFSL, with repeaters in Marianna, Apalachicola and Port St. Joe), and Internet webcasting services. WFSU is a member of both PBS and NPR national networks Additionally, WFSU provides community outreach and educational services. Examples include Raising Readers and online children's projects associated with the PBS Kids Go! brand. WFSU is also a teaching and learning lab for Florida State University students, and provides satellite and production services to local businesses.About Internet
Since 1997 has provided both radio and television webcasts of its services. Visit the streaming media, radio and television pages to gain access to live streams as well as numerous program archives.
WFSU LIVE Webcasts - All live webcasts are available via "Streaming Media" in the menu bar. To view The Florida Channels live web streams and video archives, please visit their web site at thefloridachannel.org.