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.
UPDATE: ALL TRAININGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE CURRENT HEALTH CRISIS. THANKS FOR YOUR OVERWHELMING INTEREST! STAY TUNED FOR YOUR NEXT OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN TO MAKE GREAT LOCAL RADIO! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a DJ? Or maybe you’d like to try your hand at community journalism. Got…Read More
2019 Fall Premium Preview: Ripple Effect Our waterways will always define our area—more than hotel and luxury housing development, more than traffic jams, more than politics or the culture wars. The 2019 “Ripple Effect” logo pays tribute to our beloved Finger Lakes. Water is life and unites us all. Celebrate community radio and our precious…Read More
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The 2019 "Ripple Effect" logo pays tribute to our beloved Finger Lakes. Water is life and unites us all. Celebrate community radio and our precious lakes with a sweet new tee shirt, tote bag, or camp mug. Make your one-time or recurring donation and let us say thanks by sending you a gift!
Latest from the WRFI News Team
Daily features and interviews from our community
Samuel Whitehead speaks with WRFI’s new general manager Felix Teitelbaum about how he first got interested in community radio and how he hopes to help the station grow. This interview originally aired on the October 31st, 2014 edition of WRFI Community Radio News.Read More
Among the rolling the hills of Newfield sits the Greensprings Natural Cemetery Preserve. Greensprings is a green–or natural–cemetery, which means they work to make sure a burial has as little negative environmental impact as possible. But Greensprings is also a nature preserve–by burying people in select portions of their hundred acres, they’re working to ensure…Read More
Earlier this week, Rev: Ithaca Startup Works opened its doors. Rev is a joint-effort of Cornell University, Ithaca College, and Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3), and everyone involved says the incubator will help boost the local economy by supporting up-and-coming entrepreneurs. To get a better sense of how Rev might make this happen, Producer Samuel…Read More
Samuel Whitehead speaks with Tompkins County Solid Waste Manager Barbara Eckstrom about Tompkins County Solid Waste’s growing composting program. This interview originally aired on the September 22nd, 2014 edition of WRFI Community Radio News.Read More
Samuel Whitehead talks with the Ithaca Times’ Michael Nocella about what the Town of Ithaca’s new comprehensive plan means for zoning and development in the town and when the City of Ithaca hopes to finish its own planning process. This conversation originally aired on the September 18th, 2014 edition of WRFI Community Radio News.Read More