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WRFI was recently honored by the New York State Broadcasters Association with a 2019 Excellence in Broadcasting Award for “The Loneliness Radio Project.” We are thrilled to say we won a first place statewide award in the category of Outstanding Public Affairs Program or Series and are so proud of all our collaborators who made…Read More
Hiring: WRFI News Director (Part-Time) WRFI is seeking to hire a part-time news director who will oversee and develop news programming at the station and who will train and direct volunteers and interns within the news department. The station is also currently accepting proposals for news content collaborations. While this is a temporary hire to…Read More
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Daily features and interviews from our community
Nestled between the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Plant, NY State Route 13, and a petroleum sales facility are the Ithaca Community Gardens—the only community gardens in the Ithaca city limits. They’re not in the most idyllic location, but in the over 20 years they’ve leased that land from the city, the gardens have come to appreciate their home. Well, last year, the gardens’…Read More
Samuel Whitehead talks with Danielle Klock, the Executive Director of the Ithaca Festival, about the festival’s history and what’s in store for this year. This interview originally aired on the May 22nd, 2014 broadcast of WRFI Community Radio News.Read More
“Switched-On: The Birth of the Moog Synthesizer” – Scott Callan and Catherine Duffy – April 24th, 2014
Samuel Whitehead talks with Scott Callan and Catherine Duffy of the History Center in Tompkins County about the exhibit “Switched-On: The Birth of the Moog Synthesizer.” This interview originally aired on the April 24th, 2014 broadcast of WRFI Community Radio News.Read More