Fort Valley State University's "Living in the Valley" half-hour show airs at 8 a.m. Sundays on WIBB's 1280 AM radio station. FVSU's new radio show not only features FVSU administrators, faculty and students, it also highlights significant news makers and influential figures from around the Middle Georgia region and state.
- FVSU's Living in the Valley: Barbara Williams, Mayor, City of Fort Valley - July 23, 2014 - The City of Fort Valley recently elected Barbara B. Williams, a 1971 FVSU alum, as its new mayor. She is the first African-American female mayor of the city. Mayor Williams discusses the continued partnership between FVSU and the city.
- FVSU's Living in the Valley: Billy Brown, FVSU Energy Educator - June 25, 2014 - Billy Brown, FVSU’s Cooperative Extension Program energy educator, shares information about FVSU's GREEN (Georgia Residential Energy Efficiency Network) project.
- FVSU's Living in the Valley: Dr. Jean Wacaster and Andrea Thomas - June 18, 2014 - Dr. Jean Wacaster and Andrea Thomas visit the set of Living in the Valley to discuss FVSU's Adult Learning Consortium. As an adult learner, pursuing higher education can be an exciting experience and a little challenging. Whether you are beginning a college career or returning after several years, we are here to help assure your academic success.
- FVSU's Living in the Valley: Calandra Wright - May 18, 2014 - Calandra Wright, assistant director of the Office of Recruitment and Admissions, shares information about FVSU's academic programs and the enrollment process.
- FVSU's Living in the Valley: President Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith - May 18, 2014 - Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith discusses his key initiatives and fundraising goals for FVSU.