Radio Station Information
City of License:
Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Media, Inc.
WFYI is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Indianapolis, IN. The station airs public radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Dear Sirs: I would like to know if you are hiring at the moment? I have over 18 1/2 years of experience being a DJ for WBML Radio in Urbana, Illinois, which is part of the U of I there. Thank you very much for all your time & I look forward to hearing from you soon.
By: Bonita Jackson on December 16, 2012
Hi my name is Austin Owensby and I was wondering if you guys provide hands on training for sound engineers or for people who want to be sound engineers. I work the sound board for my church for different events and I have some experience in working with speaker monitors and microphones. I would just like some hands on training at any radio station. IF you have any information on that please reach me at 317-352-0638 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
By: Austin on May 29, 2015
I have always liked listening to 90.1 FM while driving. However, now I am getting so tired of only hearing political radio. Although I can count on some interesting things on the weekend, during the week anytime I turn to Public Radio, it is always about politics.
There are other interesting ideas to talk about. Subjects such as people with interesting stories, inventions, innovation in education, health and so much more that the world offers would be so welcome. I miss shows like the Diana Rheam (sp?) show where she interviewed people with interesting views. I didn't always agree, but it always made me think.
As we near November, I can only see political shows increasing, which, by the way, do not seem to be balanced. Writers/reporters opinions seem more important than true reporting.
I renewed my Sirius Radio subscription so that I can have an alternative.
Please, please, give me a reason to stay tuned to FM 90.1 and supporting it financially.
By: Deanna Hindsley on August 1, 2018
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