Frequently Asked Questions
How did WUCF TV come into existence?
WUCF TV officially launched in November 2012 and provides high-quality PBS programming to nearly 4 million viewers across Central Florida. WUCF TV is owned and operated by the University of Central Florida, with four channels of television programming: WUCF TV (PBS), WUCF Create, WUCF World and Spanish-language Vme WUCF. Click here to see an interactive timeline of WUCF TV History.
What shows does WUCF TV carry?
WUCF TV carries popular PBS news, features and educational non-commercial programming – such as NOVA, PBS NewsHour, Antiques Roadshow, FRONTLINE, Nature and American Experience. WUCF TV also features daytime PBS KIDS shows, including Sesame Street and Arthur.
How can I support PBS in Central Florida?
Your generosity helps us offer PBS television shows, educational resources and community programs to millions of Central Floridians - taking them to the far reaches of the world, a front-row seat on Broadway or just a better look at their own backyard.
How can I find out what's on TV?
Where can I watch WUCF TV?
You can find a complete listing of channels and providers that carry WUCF TV and its additional channels here.
Is WUCF TV the same as WUCF-FM?
WUCF-FM (89.9) remains a listener-supported public radio station that broadcasts a 24-hour schedule of jazz music and other programming. It is also operated by the University of Central Florida.