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Public Radio from Fordham University

WFUV (90.7 FM, is a non-commercial, listener-supported public radio station, licensed to Fordham University for over 60 years. The station, staffed by 30 professional and 90 students, serves nearly 400,000 listeners weekly in the New York area and thousands more worldwide on the web. A leader in contemporary music radio, WFUV offers an eclectic mix of rock, singer-songwriters, blues, and roots music, a diverse weekend lineup of rock, Celtic, and other specialty programs, plus award-winning local news and sports coverage. The University is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate WFUV at 50,000 watts. 

Live Stream: Listen Live from Anywhere
WFUV webcasts three channels: WFUV On-Air, FUV All-Music and The Alternate Side. Tune in anytime using the iTunes Radio Tuner or through the WFUV Listen Live page.

On-Demand Listening: Archived Shows, Concerts and More
Thousands of WFUV programs are stockpiled for your listening pleasure. Listen when you want from any computer. The WFUV Vault features long-form conversation and in-studio live performances with today's top artists plus live concerts from New York City stages.

Thousands of performances have been captured on video by a team of Fordham students and posted to the WFUV YouTube Channel, which have earned millions of views online.

In the WFUV Archives catch up on shows you might have missed, from jazz on The Big Broadcast to folk on Woody's Children to Celtic favorites on A Thousand Welcomes or Ceol na nGael.

WFUV Sports
Fordham football, basketball, baseball and softball is streamed live online during the games, and archived for later listening. See for sports reporting, live streaming and archived games.

WFUV News Local newscasts, online news reporting, plus Cityscape, WFUV's award-winning, weekly public affairs program, which covers New York City issues from the humorous to the sobering.

Other online services include an Events Calendar of New York-area happenings, archived song playlists from past shows, and a monthly e-newsletter full of insider information and special offers. Fans of WFUV's programs are encouraged to explore WFUV Membership - about two-thirds of the station's funds come from listener donations.

The 50,000 watt tower at the Bronx's highest point
One of the control rooms
WFUV program director Rita Houston with the legendary Mavis Staples
WFUV's Carmel Holt with Sam Beam of Iron & Wine
WFUV Sports puts Fordham Students at the center of the action
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