How can CDs or tapes of archived programs be requested?
Most programs produced locally at WFIU are available on both CD and cassette. CDs are $12 and cassettes are $10. If you would like a copy of a program or have questions about obtaining copies, please contact us!
How can I listen to WFIU on FM radio?
WFIU 1 can be heard throughout Southern and Central Indiana from our main transmitter, 103.7 MHz. WFIU 2 can be heard near Bloomington on 101.9 MHz, or with an HD radio on 103.7 HD2. Both WFIU 1 and 2 are also heard on various translators in other parts of the state.
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HD Radio lets you hear more talk or more music by listening to either of WFIU’s two digital streams, HD1 and HD2. Learn more about HD Radio »
How can I stream WFIU online?
WFIU also offers 24 hour online streaming of both of our digital signals.
You can listen to a number of your favorite WFIU programs whenever and wherever you want by subscribing to our podcasts. Podcasting is a convenient way to have programs automatically delivered to your computer or mobile device.
How can I access WFIU content on my mobile device?
WFIU Mobile Voice:
Access local and national news via any mobile device that can make phone calls, including cell and land line phones. Call (812) 650-4212
WFIU Mobile Web:
Access local and national news and features by pointing their phone or PDA’s mobile browser to m.wfiu.npr.org. Topic navigation links take listeners to pages that pull together related stories from a wide variety of content. Learn More »
WFIU Mobile Streaming:
American Public Media has created the Public Radio Player iPhone application to allow you to listen to WFIU and many other public radio stations using your iPhone or iPod Touch. Learn More »