WFTU-AM 900
Orlando

Original Call Letters: WFTU

Originally Licensed: 1968

Original City of License: Orlando

Original Frequency: 900

Origin of Call Letters: Owner; Florida Technological University

Original Power: 5 watts

Original Location: Florida Technological University Campus

Original Format: Variety


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1968-Florida Technological University

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WFTU-1968-Variety

WFTU History
The University of Central Florida was authorized by the Florida State Legislature in 1963, and opened in 1968 as Florida Technological University, with the goal of providing highly-trained personnel to support the Kennedy Space Center. 
From Donna Karen Rosenblum: "...(The ) studios (were) on the bottom floor of the Library building. It broadcast over cables and its signal could ostensibly only be heard in the student dorms.
From Terry Schenk: "...While WFTU was a low powered station back then, primarily designed to serve the campus, the signal was receivable in Winter Park as that is where I lived at the time and I could hear the station there.

WFTU Personalities
Chris Schmidt-Station Manager-Florida Technological University
Chip monk-1971-1972-Mornings (Mon, Wed and Fri)-Florida Technological University  
Terry Schenk-1971-1972-Mornings (Tues and Thurs)-Florida Technological University    


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