WFIT

Todd Kennedy

Program Director / Sound Waves Host

Originally from Boston, Todd Kennedy began volunteering at WFIT 89.5 FM in 1992 as a late night jazz DJ. In 1998 he was hired as Director of Operations and in 2004 he became Program Director.

As Program Director, he is responsible for formulating the sound of the station. His daily duties include managing broadcast communications, operating satellite services and broadcast automation systems. He is also in charge of overseeing all studio productions and digital editing.

He also plays an important role in coordinating fundraising materials, outreach events and underwriting activities. He trains and supervises community volunteers and on-air hosts, and has been seeing doing a little plumbing and vacuuming on the side.

Todd’s energy and great passion for music can be enjoyed every Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sound Waves, the show he has been hosting since January 2006.

Ways to Connect

On Thursday, the effervescent Beebs will join us to talk about her benefit concert for The Verdi Eco School at Standard Collective in Eau Gallie on May 4. We’ll also talk about performing on the final Vans Warp Tour this summer. Catch Beebs this Thursday at noon on Sound Waves.

This Friday April 27, Sound Waves will feature a studio performance with guitarist, composer, producer, author and WFIT radio host Brian Tarquin.  Brian has put together a heartfelt tribute CD Orlando In Heaven dedicated to the Pulse shooting tragedy featuring fellow guitarist Mike Stern (Miles Davis), Chris Poland (Megadeath), Hal Lindes (Dire Straits) and late guitarist Larry Coryell.  The lyrics to the title song were written by local author and musician John Leach.

The Spring, the winners of WFIT's 2018 Garage Band Contest performing Live In Studio at WFIT.

Jam on WFIT 89.5 FM for a special Reggae “Hump Day” on Wednesday, April 11 noon for a Reggae DJ Take-Over. Jason Noon of the Lights Out Project band will be the special DJ to spin some ire roots rocking tunes on WFIT.

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