Student Media - Edinboro University
          Contact Info

          Office of Marketing and Communications

          Reeder Hall
          219 Meadville Street
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2193

          Angela Burrows
          Vice President for Marketing and Communications
          Office: Reeder Hall, 309
          Phone: (814) 732-1333


          Student Media

          Edinboro University’s three student-run media outlets include the Spectator, WFSE and ETV. Together they make up the Edinboro Campus Media Center.

          The Campus Media Center, located in Compton Hall, provides students with experience in radio and television broadcasting, media production, journalism, publishing and advertising. The Media Center serves as a central hub for all three student-managed EU media outlets.


          ETV, the campus television station, provides opportunities for students to gain practical experience in television production and newscasting through the production of programs, including a weekly television news show. The station provides the campus and community with coverage of local and campus news, campus events, sports and more. It also maintains an online presence, offering viewing and the purchase of archived programs.

          Dr. Ron Raymond, the faculty advisor for ETV, can be contacted at


          WFSE-FM (88.9 FM), also called Fighting Scots Radio, is a 3,000-watt non-commercial radio station licensed to Edinboro University by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It primarily plays rock, alternative and Top 40 songs, though it also features programming from AP Radio. The station is staffed, programmed, and managed by students under the supervision of Dr. Ron Raymond, faculty advisor. He can be contacted at

          The Spectator

          The Spectator is Edinboro University’s weekly campus newspaper, with a readership of 4,000. It’s produced by students under the direction of Professor Chris Lantinen, the faculty advisor. Lantinen can be contacted at The Spectator also has an online presence here.