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Here at WFSU Public Media we strive to keep you reliably informed. We have different content streams that will help you stay in-the-know, such as local daily news or information for parents via PBS KIDS.

Available options are described below. Choose any or all of our messaging services that are right for you.


Daily News Email
Frequency: daily

Cut through the noise with WFSU's daily email news service. Each morning you'll be emailed the previous day's local and state news from our trusted radio news team. No fuss, just facts.


Community Events
Frequency: weekly

If you're looking for something to do this weekend, this newsletter is for you! We partner with local musicians, artists, community and event organizers to share what we are all planning around the North Florida and South Georgia region.


Local Ecology Blog
Frequency: new posts

WFSU producer, editor, and blogger Rob Diaz de Villegas has been focusing on local ecology issues since 2009. His blog offers a wealth of information on North Florida ecology. His topics include sustainability, natural habitat, gardening, eco tourism and more.


General Newsletter
Frequency: weekly

This newsletter keeps our audiences informed about primetime television programming, special WFSU events, and radio programming specials. Each newsletter will include links to information (like recipes or video clips) we think you might enjoy.


Education for Parents
Frequency: monthly

Families continue to place their trust in public television. PBS KIDS is considered to be among the most educational media brand for children. WFSU shares helpful tools and information especially curated for parents (targeting children ages 2-8) via PBS KIDS and other community partners.


Education for Educators
Frequency: monthly

PBS KIDS is considered to be among the most educational media brand for children. This newsletter aims to curate resources educators can use with children ages 2-8 in their childcare centers and classrooms. Activities involve hands-on as well as multi-media.