DMA 13

WUSF Tampa Donates License To WEDU

The University of South Florida’s WUSF Tampa, Fla., is donating its license to another Tampa noncommercial station, Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting’s WEDU, which will change the former station’s call letters to WEDQ and continue to air its programs.

DMA 11: TAMPA, FL

WEDU Picks Up Programs As WUSF Shuts Down

DMA 11: TAMPA, FL

Noncom WUSF To Go Dark On Oct. 15

The Tampa, Fla., PBS outlet owned by the University of South Florida will go off the air following the sale of its spectrum for $18.7 million in the FCC’s incentive auction. The school’s two FM stations will remain on the air.

DMA 11 TAMPA

WUSF Spectrum Brings School $18.7 Million

The University of South Florida has sold WUSF Tampa in the FCC’s incentive auction. The public broadcasting station brought $18,754,503. WUSF will go off the air later will go off the air at a date still to be decided.

Florida Stations Join To Study Health Care Costs

DMA 11

WUSF Tampa Hires Two Journalists

The University of South Florida’s noncommercial WUSF Tampa, Fla. (DMA 11) has added Denise White and Hetal Gandhi to host and develop a new show about the school, University Beat. The new show launched on Sunday, Feb. 14, 6:30 p.m., with USF President Judy Genshaft as the first interviewed guest to talk about the direction […]

MARKET SHARE (DMA 11: TAMPA, FL)

WUSF Airs Special About Florida’s Wild Side

WUSF’s JoAnn Urofsky Named NETA Board Chair

JoAnn Urofsky, GM of noncommercial WUSF Tampa, Fla. (DMA 13), will soon add a new leadership role in public broadcasting, as chair of the board of the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA). Urofsky had previously been chair-elect of NETA, a national association that provides content, consulting and support for more than 90 broadcasters in the […]

CPB OKs $7M For Florida Centralcast Project

The CPB Board on Tuesday (March 27) unanimously approved spending up to $7 million for a joint master-control project linking six stations in Florida and one in Georgia. The Jacksonville Digital Convergence Alliance will run one master control for WJCT Jacksonville; WFSU Tallahassee; WPBT Miami; WBCC Cocoa; WUCF Orlando; Tampa stations WUSF and WEDU; and WPBA Atlanta.