Fred Vigeant, Director of Programming and Promotions for TV and Radio

Fred Vigeant
Fred Vigeant is WITF's Director of Programming and Promotions for TV and Radio. Fred manages the schedules for our radio and television platforms. He also analyzes audience research and manages the public affairs program Smart Talk. Previously, Fred was at WRVO in Oswego, NY for 12 years serving in various roles including Program Director and before that Operations Manager. Fred graduated from the State University of New York College at Oswego with a B.A. in Mass Communications and Broadcasting.

Latest by Fred Vigeant


Professor T Schedule Correction

By Fred Vigeant

Neil Diamond: Hot August Night

In August 2012, legendary singer-songwriter Neil Diamond made a triumphant return to the celebrated Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. This magical evening celebrated the 40th anniversary of the original multiplatinum-selling Hot August Night collection that was recorded at the same venue in 1972.

By Fred Vigeant

Troubled Waters: A Turtle’s Tale

A critical look at the effects of global warming, water pollution and our “throw-away” plastic lifestyle on this keystone species…and inevitably ourselves.

By Fred Vigeant

Speaking Grief

This documentary validates grief as a normal, healthy part of the human experience. Speaking Grief also addresses the role support from friends and family plays in a person’s grief experience.

By Fred Vigeant

Come Through with Rebecca Carroll

By Fred Vigeant

Avett Brothers on WITF’s Summer Concert Series

Three-time Grammy Award® nominees The Avett Brothers’ energetic and eclectic combination of bluegrass, country, punk, pop melodies, folk, rock and roll, indie rock, honky-tonk, and ragtime performs at Red Rocks.

By Fred Vigeant

Watch Ken Burns on WITF Passport

Access the entire Ken Burns collection of documentaries.

By Fred Vigeant


Reagan on American Experience

By Fred Vigeant

Doobie Brothers in concert

Join the band as they return to New York City’s Beacon Theatre for the first time in 25 years. Recorded before a live audience, the concert features hits and fan favorites from two landmark albums: Toulouse Street and The Captain and Me.

By Fred Vigeant
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