All 11 Florida Tech Football Games To Be Carried on WFIT in 2015
By Florida Tech // September 4, 2015
first 1,000 fans will receive special White Out T-shirts
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – WFIT 89.5 FM will continue as the radio home of Florida Tech football as all 11 Panther games in 2015 will be broadcasted on the on-campus radio station.
Not only will fans be able to listen to the Panthers on the radio dial, each broadcast will also be available at WFIT.org and through the TuneIn radio app.
Jerry Durney and Paul Van Scott are back as “The voice of the Panthers.” The pair will begin each broadcast with a pregame show 30 minutes prior to kickoff and finish with a postgame show at the conclusion of each game.
The 2015 FIT season is approaching fast. The Panthers will open the season on Saturday at 7 p.m. with a battle against the Wolves of Newberry at Florida Tech Panther Stadium. The game represents FIT’s White Out Game with fans encouraged to wear white.
The first 1,000 fans will receive special White Out T-shirts, presented by Florida Tech University Online.
A voice of the community for more than 40 years, WFIT is the source for listener-supported and independent music, news and information. WFIT’s mission is to provide quality programming that enriches and enhances the cultural and educational environment of east central Florida. The station forms a unique partnership between the educational resources of Florida Institute of Technology and the informational needs of our listeners.
From local bands to artists across the globe, WFIT’s diverse musical programming offers music from genres including indie rock and pop, jazz, folk, alternative, blues, classical, world and more. It features live music sessions with local and touring artists recorded and streamed from our production studios.
WFIT works to promote the arts and cultural sector through event sponsorships, public service announcements and radio segments including Coastal Connection, Linking the Arts and WFIT’s Music and Arts Calendar.
As an NPR affiliate station, they also strive to encourage lifelong learning for their listeners through thought-provoking news and programs. From local segments such as the Psychology Science Minute, Inside Florida Tech, Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profiles and Florida Tech International Student Spotlights to syndicated NPR news and Democracy Now!, WFIT provides distinct perspectives and top-notch journalism.
Whether at home, work or in the car, WFIT is your station for great music and informational programming with a local spin.
Season and individual game tickets for the 2015 season are available. Premium season tickets are only $70 for adults and $45 for FIT employees with ID, seniors ages 65 and above and children ages 5-16. General admission season tickets are $50 for adults and $30 for FIT employees, seniors and children.
Individual game tickets are $16 for reserved seating. General admission is $12 for adults and $6 for seniors ages 65 and above, children ages 5-16 and FIT employees with school ID. Entrance for children ages four and under is free.
Tickets can be purchased at FloridaTechSports.com, at the FIT Ticket Office Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and by calling the ticket office at 321-674-6228.