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4fsu

4FSU
Launched 1995
Owned by Florida State University
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country  United States
Language American English
Broadcast area Tallahassee, Florida
Formerly called FSU6 (2000-2002)
Website www.wfsuorg/tv/4fsu.html
Availability
Cable
Comcast 4

4FSU is the Student television station operated by The Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. This television station features programming related to FSU, in the form of lectures, concerts and informational programming. 4FSU also features a weather program hosted and produced by meteorology students. There are no journalism students associated with 4fsu's productions because Florida State University does not have a journalism program.

4FSU is seen on Comcast's Tallahassee system on cable channel 4. The channel was established in 1995 as part of a deal between The City of Tallahassee and Comcast. The channel debuted on cable 47, before moving to cable 6 (as "FSU6") in 2000; 4FSU was moved to its current channel position in 2002.

4FSU programming is seen daily from 5PM to 12 Midnight—during other hours, programming from The Florida Channel is seen here.

External links

  • 4FSU website


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