Station News and Events
Here are the latest announcements and opportunities to get involved in WRFI, follow along with us on this journey of serving Ithaca and Watkins Glen with community radio. We love hearing from you! Contact us anytime.
Your Community, Your Radio: WRFI’s New 2018 Schedule In a media-saturated world where content is controlled by fewer and fewer hands, community radio like WRFI provides a unique opportunity for local people to become media-makers and tell their own stories. We are very excited to announce that our new schedule (which started June 1, 2018)…Read More
WRFI is very excited to welcome David Wax and Suz Slezak of the David Wax Museum to Studio B for a live performance on Wednesday, January 31, 2017 during the 4pm hour. They will be performing a house concert that evening in town. Check out this video of a similar duo performance by Wax and…Read More
Check out the 2018 Summer Tees! V-necks in women's and men's cuts available when you donate to WRFI.
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Cynthia Nixon, running against Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York’s Democratic primary for governor, will visit Ithaca on Saturday. In a Facebook event post published early Wednesday, the event’s hosts Tompkins County Progressives, NYPAN (New York Progressives Action Network), and Jumaane D. Williams detail two events. First, Cynthia Nixon will visit one of Ithaca’s favorite spots: the…Read More
Josh Fox, internationally acclaimed filmmaker and theater producer, spoke with WRFI’s Ryan Clover on WRFI Community Radio News on Aug. 21 and Your Morning on Aug. 22 to talk about his upcoming performance, The Truth Has Changed. This play is on a national tour in 30 locations throughout the U.S. and is coming to Ithaca on Friday,…Read More
Mark H. Anbinder from 14850.com was the first to report on the most recent vandalism of a Black Lives Matter sign at the home of Ithaca Alderperson Ducson Nguyen. Anbinder wrote at the end of last week that Nguyen’s home surveillance camera captured a video image of the suspect: Anbinder included a still photo of…Read More