Station Announcement

Attention beachside residents. It’s time again to pre-purchase sea oats for dune planting through Brevard County's Natural Resources Management Department and Keep Brevard Beautiful.  

Sea oats are native to Brevard's coastal communities. They stabilize sand, slow erosion and build dunes, which are an important feature of our coastal ecosystem.

Quantities are limited so please order early. Sea oats must be ordered and paid for by Friday, Jan. 30.

For more information, visit the Brevard County website or call 321-633-2016.

Life is 24/7. So is 2-1-1 Brevard. By dialing 2-1-1, help is just a phone call away.    

Everyone faces problems sometimes. One problem can lead to another, making it hard to figure out what to do. 2-1-1 specialists use compassion and training to help identify solutions. When people know how to solve their problems, they are better parents, partners, employees, citizens and students. 

Do you have an old cell phone or other electronic items that need to be recycled? You can stop by WFIT Broadcast Center and drop them off.                           

WFIT has partnered with The Wireless Alliance, a cell phone and electronics recycling company who will make sure that equipment is repurposed in a zero waste, environmentally-conscious manner.

Darlene Brandon

Dec 16, 2014

It is with a very sad heart that I tell you that our good friend Darlene Brandon passed away on Sunday.
As many of you know she has had health issues for a long time but her positive attitude and happy demeanor made her a joy to be around.

Darlene has been an avid and faithful volunteer since 1995. Darlene worked as a receptionist at the front desk, answered phones during fund drives, represented the station at outreach events and was a valuable asset to the station. She will be greatly missed.
Please keep her family in your thoughts and prayers.

WFIT apologizes for the recent broadcast disruptions.

Our transmitter is presently located in a room the size of a walk-in closet. It is stuffed to the ceiling with gear. We are now working with Florida Tech to double the size of the space. This involves a great deal moving and shuffling. Like most renovation projects there have been some unanticipated snags. This has caused some outages to our broadcast. WFIT engineers are working diligently with Florida Tech to resolve these issues. WFIT is thankful for your patience while we complete this project.