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The GHQ Studios at the CJC

The GHQ studios in the College of Journalism and Communications

GHQ captures the vibe of the Gator Nation like no other media.  Broadcasting from the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, GHQ is the student voice all across the Gator Nation at 95.3 FM, on the GHQ mobile app and at GHQ.fm online. GHQ’s format is a highly researched blend of contemporary hit music and other community and student-focused programming that’s designed to provide a voice for all students and groups on campus GHQ’s mission is to be the heartbeat of the Gator Nation and to provide students with a voice while also training them to be multimedia content creators through the UF College of Journalism and Communications.  The vision of the station is for the 56,000+ students and hundreds of thousands of alumni to look to GHQ as the conduit of what’s happening on campus and in their community.  GHQ alums graduate prepared to impact the media industry as professionals who understand the power of engaging content and effective storytelling

What Makes GHQ Different?

  • GHQ broadcasts from a new state of the art multimedia studio in the UF College of Journalism and Communications.
  • Professional staff mentors provide training and guidance
  • On-air hosts are listener peers
  • GHQ has a consistent presence at live events on the UF campus
If you are interested in putting your business or group message on GHQ please contact: Sandy Wagner Director of Corporate Support WUFT Education Outreach and WUFT-TV Programming (352) 342-0368

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Download the free GHQ app from Google Play or the Apple App Store.  Search for "GHQ FM".

UF Media Properties

1885 Stadium Road

PO Box 118400

Gainesville, FL 32611

 

(352) 392-5551

UF Media Properties

1885 Stadium Road

PO Box 118400

Gainesville, FL 32611

 

(352) 392-5551

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