About


Mission Statement WJFF is a non-commercial educational radio broadcaster whose mission is to make available to its community a broad range of ideas and ideals useful to a full and enlightened life. It also aims to involve the community in preserving and transmitting the community’s cultural heritage and artistic expressions […]

Mission and Vision


2016 Local Content and Services Report The Corporation for Public Broadcasting requires that Section 6 (Local Content and Services Report) of the annual Station Activity Survey (SAS) be posted to the station webpage within 10 days of it being filed with the CPB. Click here to download WJFF’s most recent […]

Policies & Procedures for CPB Communications Act Compliance


Staff General Manager/Development Director: Dan Rigney Assistant Manager: Andrea Nero Eddings Program Director: Jason Dole Administrative Assistant: Kimberly Ferstler WJFF Board of Trustees Members: Pat Pomeroy, President Jim Lomax, Vice President Thane Peterson, Vice President Kit Hulit, Secretary Ken Hilton, Treasurer Tim Bruno, Dante DeLeo, Kathy Geary, Martin Higgins, Leila […]

Leadership



We have a PLACE FOR YOU! There are multiple opportunities at WJFF for new volunteers. CALL THE STATION at (845) 482-4141 or volunteer@wjffradio.org OFF-AIR VOLUNTEERING • Graphic Designing. (Design marketing material including note cards, t-shirts, flyers). • Administrative (Help in the office with paperwork, filing, copies, data entry…) • Gardening/Landscaping […]

Volunteer


Hydroelectric Beginnings Lake Jefferson has delighted residents and visitors for decades as aplace of recreation and natural beauty. Most people don’t know,however, that the lake and its dam were originally constructed in the1920s with the intent of producing hydroelectricity. The dam wasdesigned in 1922 by Joseph B. Rider of New […]

Hydropowered


Public Service Announcements WJFF airs public service announcements for events sponsored by not-for-profit organizations. To submit your event, send information (event, date, time, location, short description) to calendar@wjffradio.org.  You can also send a flyer or press release.   Mailing Address WJFF P.O. Box 546 Jeffersonville, NY 12748   Physical Address […]

Contact



Hydroelectric Beginnings Lake Jefferson has delighted residents and visitors for decades as aplace of recreation and natural beauty. Most people don’t know,however, that the lake and its dam were originally constructed in the1920s with the intent of producing hydroelectricity. The dam wasdesigned in 1922 by Joseph B. Rider of New […]

The Hydropowered Radio Story