UF’s Student-Led Radio Station Moves to Heart of Campus
To celebrate the big move, the Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce will hold a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 3 p.m. in front of the new location in the AMU Atrium.
Serving the people of Hancock County since 1973, the station was started by two UF students and has been expanding since. The new location and updates allow the radio station to be more visible on campus in a centralized location with more student traffic. Alexander Davis, instructor of teaching in communication and WLFC faculty advisor, said, “Our new home in the AMU is wonderful and opens up to a great deal of foot traffic. With the glass windows, passers-by are able to see students on-air and working in the studio.”
Davis explained WLFC’s goal is “to foster and facilitate a creative environment for students to learn, grow, produce, and engage with media.” He noted that, through working at the radio station, students will have the opportunity to become familiar with sectors of media “from broadcast to podcast” including vocal ability, editing, branding, and more.
Learn more about WLFC or listen to music, podcasts, interviews, and more on the WLFC 88.3 website.