WFUV is Fordham's award-winning radio station and public media service, located in the basement of Keating Hall. An affiliate of National Public Radio, it is known nationwide for having some of the best adult alternative music anywhere. But it also has vibrant operations in both news and sports. The station is professionally run, but Fordham students play a major role. In the news department, students anchor broadcasts, do long-term reporting, and also get out and cover breaking city news. In the sports department, students call games and produce Fordham's renown sports interview show, One on One. If you watch professional sports in New York, there's a good chance that the person calling the game started his or her career in the WFUV sports department... from the Yankees' Michael Kay, to the NBA's Mike Breen, to ESPN's Tony Reali. The station has its own training programs, and they're fantastic. You can contact George Bodarky for news at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bobby Ciarfardini for sports at bobbyC@wfuv.org. There's a wide range of ways to get involved in the station's work, including video production, studio work, and marketing.