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WUCF TV brings quality PBS programming into more than 4 million homes across Central Florida. You'll also find great local and international programs, children's programming and more, available on five different television channels operated by WUCF.
WUCF FM is available to listeners in the Orlando area via 89.9 FM as well as around the world via online streaming.
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