WUSF 89.7 is the NPR station for west central Florida, with listeners and members from Crystal River in the North, to Port Charlotte in the South, and Osceola County to the East. (See coverage map)
On February 13, 2003, WUSF 89.7 became the first Public Radio station in the country to broadcast a digital signal.
WUSF 89.7² offers a second stream of programming via HD Radio technology.
WUSF 89.7² broadcasts our classical music station WSMR 89.1 in Sarasota making this service available to evryone in the greater Tampa Bay area.
WSMR 89.1 is West Florida’s only all classical music radio station that can be heard from Tampa Bay to the north to Ft Myers in the south. The station is available online at wsmr.org and on HD Radio (must have an HD Radio to listen) on 89.72.
The launch of WSMR 89.1 is accompanied by the opening of our new broadcast and production facilities in Sarasota.
Since 1966 WUSF TV has delivered quality television programming to viewers in west central Florida.
WUSF TV offers PBS favorites like Rick Steves’ Europe, NATURE and Antiques Roadshow. WUSF TV also produces programs of local and national interest, such as Tampa Bay’s Top Ten and Power Yoga: Mind & Body.
IntellisMedia is an entrepreneurial service of WUSF Public Media. We offer our clients a wide range of technical services delivered by a proven professional staff. We deliver customized communications, production and technology services to clients in the corporate, government, education and non-profit sectors.
New Media uses internet technology to support WUSF's mission and the core values of public broadcasting.
WUSF offers daily and weekly podcasts of local newscasts and public affairs programming, video podcasts, RRS feeds and live streaming audio of our two radio program channels - WUSF 89.7, and WUSF 89.7².
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WUSF Mission: To provide meaningful and relevant content that enhances our community’s quality of life