A fond farewell to a WGCU gem

Friday, July 12, we bid farewell to Paula Sklodowski, a fixture at WGCU, who retired. Her title was Education & Outreach Coordinator, and she did it […]

Reporters win PRNDI Awards

WGCU news staff recently won national awards for reports about text messages exchanged during the Parkland shooting, how local kids get help with grief, and Southwest […]

Personal ‘Stories’

It’s true that everyone has a story – actually, far more than one. The film series “Stories from the Stage” on the World channel celebrates this […]

A view from the tower

Earlier this month, WGCU sent a drone to capture photos of the work being done on our main transmission tower in rural Charlotte County. This work […]

Saluting our volunteers

April is Volunteer Month, and a great time to thank WGCU’s amazing team of volunteers, who are essential to everything we do. They are dedicated people […]

Pulitzer: Meet the man behind the awards

Speaking little English, Joseph Pulitzer, a Jewish immigrant from Hungary, came to America during the Civil War as a Union Army recruit. Although he arrived in […]