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Station Announcement
5:00 pm
Mon April 22, 2013

WFIT Playlists Temporarily Unavailable. Please Stay Tuned.

WFIT’s playlists are temporarily unavailable. There will be several major upgrades to our playlist system coming soon.

We know a lot of listeners rely on our playlists, so we are doing everything we can to improve our service to you.

Please stay tuned.

Music
1:46 pm
Mon April 22, 2013

SWIMM Live On Sound Waves

We are very excited to welcome SWIMM (formerly Le Blorr) to our studio on Thursday, April 25 at noon. The band has recently penned a bunch of new tunes and will soon be releasing a new EP, Feel. SWIMM will bring their psychedelic flair to our studio for a glistening live set. This is not to be missed.

Podcasts
1:27 pm
Fri April 19, 2013

Special Edition Of Inside Florida Tech

In this special edition of Inside Florida Tech, host Wes Sumner speaks with FIT Associate Professor, Dr. Brian Lail, about his experience at the Boston Marathon.

Music
1:12 pm
Fri April 19, 2013

Brevard Buskers Impromptu Session On Sound Waves

Jarred Campbell and guitarist, His Cheap Moves of the Brevard Busking Coalition recently dropped by our studio for a live impromptu session.

Hear acoustic versions of “Spacebar”, “Hippopotmas Amphibius” and “Think About It.”

Environment and Science
10:54 am
Thu April 18, 2013

Florida Wildlife Corridor Film: Vision Of A Connected Land

Carlton Ward Jr., Elam Stolzfus, Mallory Lykes Dimmitt and Joe Guthrie speak to a packed auditorium at the West Palm Photographic Center premier of the film.

Last year four explorers took an epic journey through the Florida outdoors. They traveled the entire length of the state to raise public awareness for the Florida Wildlife Corridor, a vision to connect what remains of the natural lands and waterways of Florida's interior. Expedition members documented the journey through photography, social media updates, special events along the way and a documentary film. It's called Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Everglades to Okefenokee, and is now showing on public television stations throughout the state.

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