Sunday, April 14, 2019

Vinylthon 2019- 24 Hours: Complete!

Vinylthon 2019 was a huge success, thanks to all those involved including our HD3 Hosts:

Mistah Shofi and Ms. Bee, 
Junior C, 
Luis "El Maravilloso" Maravilla,  
Naniyah McClean, 
G-Minor, and
Jim Grimm, 

And to all others who contributed to our 24 hour marathon of Vinyl-only programming! 

Below is an mp3 of the final moments of the show in case you missed it but remember that you can head over to the Archives to find previously recorded shows.

The final moments of Vinylthon 2019 

We can't forget the elusive Golden Slipmat, awarded to stations that "went the distance" and played vinyl records for a full 24 hours.

Here's to another year of great radio! 

Friday, April 12, 2019

Vinylthon begins at midnight tonight! Tune in to support HD3!

Tune into HD3 from Midnight tonight and all day tomorrow for Vinylthon 2019! Below is a schedule of what host will be on during the day, but remember that we will be live for a full 24 hours! 
Midnight - 6am  — Mistah Shofi / Ms. Bee

6am-9am — Junior C
9am-11pm — Junior C / Professor Ranzer 
11am-12pm — Luis Maravilla 
12pm-1:00pm — Professor Ranzer
1pm-2pm — Naniyah McClean
2pm-3pm — G-Minor 
3pm-4pm — Professor Ranzer / Rob Quicke 
(College Radio Day/Vinylthon founder!)
4pm-6pm — Jim Grim
6pm-8pm — Ms. Bee / Professor Ranzer
8pm-10pm — Professor Ranzer
10pm-Midnight — Mistah Shofi / Professor Ranzer

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

HD3 is going Vinyl on Saturday, April 13!

Join the hosts of WFDU HD3 for a 24 hour Vinylthon where every song we play will be on records! Find out more about the 120+ stations across 10 different countries that are participating in the Vinylthon here.

WFDU HD3 will be broadcasting for a full 24-hours exclusively on vinyl records on Saturday from 12 A.M to 12 A.M on Saturday, April 13th only on 89.1 WFDU HD3, the Student Voice of Fairleigh Dickinson University!

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

New and Improved HD3!

Welcome to the new and improved WFDU HD3 website! The site is going public on March 20, 2019! If you have any suggestions, feel free to use the contact menu in the side bar or e-mail:!