WJFF's Board of Trustees is making changing to the station's bylaws. Public comment is being solicited and will be discussed at the Board's next meeting on March 19th at 6:30pm in the Town of Callicoon Town Hall, on Willy Ave. next to the ballfield in Jeffersonville, NY. The public is encouraged to come to that meeting, as WJFF's attorney will be making a presentation. For more information on the proposed changes, click here. Feedback can be submitted in writing either to firstname.lastname@example.org or to PO Box 546, Jeffersonville NY 12748.
Foodstock 2014 is coming! Saturday, May 11th from 11 am - 3 pm at the Villa Roma in Callicoon, NY. Advance tickets are on-sale now: $20 with wine tastings, $15 without. Reserve your tickets with a Visa or Mastercard by calling 845-482-4141. VENDOR APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN! To learn more call WJFF at 845-482-4141 and speak with Adam or Andrea.
Did you know that writing a check isn't the only way to support your community radio station?
Donate furniture, kitchenware, home goods, antiques, decorative items, art, electronics and other wonderful things for our auction!
Give away an old car, running or not! All you need is the title.
Give us your LPs, CDs, instruments, stereo gear, sheet music and more for our music sale.
Anything you can give, whether time or something else, can make a big difference to WJFF!
WJFF Radio Catskill is pleased to announce that Adam Weinreich will assume the role of General Manager and Development Director. Adam has been with WJFF since 2009 when he moved to the area from Keene, New Hampshire, to serve as Assistant Station Manager. Since April, 2013, he has been acting as Interim Station Manager. “In his years at WJFF, Adam has served in almost every capacity. It would be difficult to imagine a person more familiar with the workings or WJFF, more in tune with its mission, and more capable of leading the radio station into the future,” stated Sonja Hedlund, president of the Board of Trustees.
“As Station Manager I will strive to uphold the station's mission, to strengthen and evolve our position in the community and on the air and to foster and grow relationships with our volunteers, our donors and the communities we serve,” responded Adam in his letter of acceptance.
Starting Monday February 10th, you'll hear Sabrina Artel's Trailer Talk start an hour earlier at 9:00pm. TUC Radio will follow as usual and then at 10:00pm you'll hear Bullseye with Jesse Thorn. Wednesday nights change up too: Two Guys Talking Sports moves to 7:00pm, followed by Radio Revolution. Off-Center with Joel Edwards will be on starting at 9:00pm.
Your feedback is appreciated and welcomed. email email@example.com, call our voicebox at 845-431-6500 or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wjffradio!
Visit our Program Page to see the full schedule, effective February 10th!
Now you can listen to WJFF anywhere! Download the WJFF Smartphone App and use it to stream WJFF's signal from anywhere you have a data connection (standard data rates apply).
To download The App: Just open the iTunes or Google Play Store on your Apple or Android phone and search for "WJFF" install The App and listen to your heart's content!
Special thanks to Paul Starkey and Eachscape for their help building this app.
WJFF is proud to support local Farmers' Markets.
The Cooperage holds a Farmers' Market every other Saturday from 11 am - 1 pm. (570) 253-2020.
Callicoon Farmers' Market takes place at the Delaware Youth Center on January 26, February 23, March 9 & 23, April 6 & 27 from 11am - 2pm.
The 2013 WJFF Holiday Show was a huge success. Thanks to all the volunteers who made this event possible. Stay tuned for pictures and video from the event!!
Earlier this summer, WJFF's Program Committee was exploring a series of schedule changes to allow Free Speech Radio News (FSRN) to return to the weekday lineup as a response to listener reaction to its removal earlier in the year.
Shortly after the PC started its work to return FSRN, the program was forced to shutter its operation due to financial difficulties. Recently, however, the team at FSRN has announced its intent to return to regular production, charging stations individually on a sliding scale. WJFF's PC has made a statement indicating their excitement to return the show to the lineup once production begins again.
Anyone wishing to help WJFF continue its mission to broadcast programs like FSRN to our listening community can contribute by clicking the "Yes, I'll Pledge!" button on the top-left of our homepage, by calling 845-482-4141 with a Visa or Mastercard, or by mailing a check to: WJFF Radio Catskill, P.O. Box 546, Jeffersonville NY 12748.
We are currently working on next year's budget.
On September 12th the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) released their report on an examination of the grants awarded to WJFF for fiscal year 2011. The full report including the recommendations of the OIG and a response from WJFF's management can be found here.
WJFF's current management and trustees are committed to complying fully with the recommendations made by the OIG.
Join WJFF in welcoming WORK SHIFT - a new Short Feature heard Wednesdays at 10:00am, just between the BBC News Hour and Performance Today. WORK SHIFT focuses on the state of jobs in America and each week reports on local and national employment issues. Learn more and WORK SHIFT and its host James B. Huntington by visiting the "Programs" section of our website or just clicking here!
At WJFF's annual meeting on June 19th, new members were elected to WJFF's Board of Trustees. Click here to learn more about each board member.
Back row (left to right): Mike Fisher, Martin Springhetti, John Bachman, Steve Harris, Kurt Knuth. Front row (left to right): Midge Maroni, Tasa Faronii-Butler, Barbara Demarest, Patricia Pomeroy. Sonja Hedlund (with sod). Also pictured: Glenn Wooddell. Not pictured: Kevin Gref, Joel Sanchez