WFSU-TV Is Now Available To Stream Live on PBS Streaming Platforms
Tallahassee, Fla. - WFSU Public Media announces that its main television channel, WFSU-TV, can now be live streamed on digital platforms.
Viewers can live stream on major web browsers including Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge, as well as through the PBS Video App. The PBS Video App is available free of charge for iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung TV, and Apple TV. To live stream WFSU in your web browser, visit video.wfsu.org and click on LIVE TV at the top of the screen.
To view WFSU you must localize to the station and be physically located within the coverage area. A help page is available on PBS's website. Users with problems may also submit a support ticket.
In addition to the newly added main channel television stream, viewers can also tune in to WFSU's PBS KIDS 360 channel by visiting wfsu.org/education and clicking on "Live TV" at the top of the screen. The WFSU PBS KIDS 360 channel offers 24/7 children's programming free of charge online, through the PBS KIDS Video app, or the PBS KIDS app available on OTT devices like Roku TV.
Experience locally-produced live streams by visiting live.wfsu.org where a schedule of live events is available.