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ATTN LISTENERS: THE WFDU PHONE SYSTEM IS CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE (11/18)
               

 



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Hello Listeners! We would like you to know that there is a station-wide technical issue with our phone system. Due to faulty phone lines, you are being disconnected as the call is picked up. The phone technicians are currently working to correct this.

Thank you for your patience and understanding, and we appologize for any inconveniences this may cause.

The Management

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The New Jersey Council for Humanities and WFDU FM (89.1) introduce the
New Harmonies Experience

New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music tells the story of a nation through the music of its people. Bringing together photographs, recordings, instruments, lyrics, and artist profiles, this Smithsonian Institution touring exhibition explores the distinct cultural identities of gospel, country, blues and other forms of roots music as they record the history of the American people and set the foundation for many musical genres appreciated worldwide today.

To watch the video, click on the guitar to get a sense of New Harmonies in New Jersey.

Take a video tour of our historic transmitter site and our station with Barry Sheffield

WFDU is Streaming-on-the-Web

WFDU radio is now available on the World Wide Web. Here's what you need to do:

  • Make sure the time of day is part of WFDU's broadcast schedule: 1:15AM to 3:45PM weekdays Eastern Time and around the clock on weekends.

    Click here for a World Time Zone Map.

    Make sure your Internet computer is equipped to receive Windows Media streaming content. The appropriate software is available as a free download from Microsoft, whether for your PC or for Macintosh.

    Then click the "On The Air - Warp Radio" picture below.

  • If you experience difficulty listening to WFDU-FM on the web, the contact procedure and email address for "Q" at WARPRADIO can be found at http://www.warpradio.com/contact.asp.

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