Fall Semester 2022 Sign-On: Thursday September 1, 2022
WFNP, 88.7FM The Edge is officially broadcasting live from the 4th floor of the Student Union Building at SUNY New Paltz for the Fall 2022 semester! Our web stream runs 24/7 with student DJs hosting shows live in the studio each day from 10am until 5pm, while our FM DJs are in studio live, both on the web stream, and 88.7FM (if you are local to the Hudson Valley), Monday-Friday from 7pm-12am, Saturday and Sunday from 10pm-midnight.
WFNP is ready to sign on for the fall 2022 semester in our brand new updated studios. You can listen to your favorite student DJs on 88.7FM and wfnp.org!
Interested in getting involved with the station? Sign up HERE. WFNP is open to all majors, all class years, all students. We have opportunities for anyone to get involved in a number of departments both on the air and off. We are always looking for people to join our News Team (covering local news stories, writing stories for our newscasts, engineering, and reporting). Want to talk Sports, both professional and college? Join our Sports Department! We also need student volunteers for promotions, album and concert reviews for our website, and more. Learn about different ways to get involved with WFNP by clicking HERE.
Feel free to visit our studios in the Student Union Building, Room 423!
“It’s all on you now, SUNY New Paltz WFNP 88.7 The Edge. Don’t let me down”
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About Our Station
WFNP is the official student run radio station of the State University of New York at New Paltz. We are an educationally affiliated, non-commercial station, striving to serve the community’s best interest. The station provides innovative, cutting-edge music, news, and talk programming. WFNP broadcasts to the campus community, the entire Hudson Valley, and beyond via our web stream and 88.7 FM.
Our DJs work hard to give listeners great shows and keep them coming back for more. Each DJ has the ability to create their own masterpiece for the community!
Learn about the history and development of our station, as told through one of our alumni Maggie Zielinski.