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car_radio_300x170_scaled_cropp.jpgWhat is witf FM?
witf-FM 89.5 and 93.3 are an all news and information format throughout the day and overnight.

The witf format emphasizes our coverage of “all things regional,” from our Capitol bureau chief (Mary Wilson), from our arts and culture desk (Joe Ulrich and Cary Burkett), from our news reporter/hosts (Ben Allen, Matt Paul and Tim Lambert) and from StateImpact PA reporter on energy (Marie Cusick). Click here to listen to witf FM.

How can I access classical music?
We will be providing classical music via witf.org—a 24/7 classical music internet channel available anytime, and anywhere you can get an internet signal. Internet radio listening is increasing on mobile devices, in cars, and from tabletop internet radios. Click here to listen to witf Classical.

What about the Harrisburg and Lancaster Symphonies, and other classical groups?
witf 89.5 and 93.3 will continue feature performances by our region’s own performing and presenting groups, including the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra and Market Square Concerts. These concerts, called Center Stage, will broadcast on Saturday and Sunday evenings at 8 p.m. Center Stage will also showcase other musical groups and genres, such as jazz and folk. We will celebrate and promote the region’s musical creators and performers. Center Stage concerts can not be streamed online at this time. You must tune in via your radio.

Where is my favorite program? How can I find out what’s on, when?
Most of your favorite programs are still there, some at different times. You can see the entire radio schedule here.

How can listeners express their views about the format?
Listeners are encouraged to send their comments to feedback@witf.org or call us at 800-366-9483 or 717-704-3000.

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