Listen to Radio
WFSU's radio streams are always available online from any location and device.
These links will open natively in your browser (if compatible). High-quality streams are provided at a constant bitrate (128kbps).
WFSU-FM: News & Information
Tallahassee - 88.9 FM
Downtown Tallahassee - 93.7 FM
Apalachicola - 96.7 FM
Carrabelle - 97.1 FM
Tallahassee - 91.5 FM
NE Tallahassee - 92.7 FM
Thomasville - 90.7 FM (WFSL-FM)
WFSW-FM: News & Information
Panama City - 89.1 FM
Marianna - 106.1 FM
Port St. Joe - 91.1 FM
Listen to your favorite programs or news at your convenience.
WFSU Public Radio App
The WFSU Public Radio App allows you to listen to WFSU live, pause and rewind the live audio, and view the program schedule for all the WFSU streams. You can explore on-demand content, search for programs, bookmark a program for later, and wake up to WFSU with the alarm clock. Best of all, it's free!
The WFSU Public Radio App is available on Android and Apple devices.
NPR News App
The ultimate NPR experience for your iPhone or iPod Touch. Follow local and national news and listen to your favorite NPR stations wherever you are and whenever you want to.
With the NPR News iPhone app, NPR is always on.
Remember to confirm WFSU as your station.
NPR One App
NPR One is the audio app that connects you to a stream of public radio news, stories and podcasts curated for you. Informing, engaging, inspiring and surprising. From the ends of the earth to the tiniest corners of your city.
Get NPR One and confirm WFSU as your station.
PBS Video App
Watch the most popular programs from PBS, including Nature, NOVA, and Masterpiece. "PBS Video" features hundreds of full-length videos from your favorite PBS programs and local stations; new videos are added daily.
Download the PBS Video App for your device and localize to WFSU.
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