Rick Glasby

Broadcast Journalist

Rick Glasby is a Broadcast Journalist at WFIT.  He reports on developments at the Kennedy Space Center, as well as volunteering during WFIT pledge drives.

Rick’s love of radio began at the campus radio station of a small engineering college in upstate New York.  Drafted for the Viet Nam war, he was fortunate to be sent in the opposite direction to host afternoon drive at “The Rock of East Africa” (an American Forces radio station in Asmara, Ethiopia).  He spent the following 10 years working in commercial radio in suburban New York, Fort Pierce, and Daytona Beach.

Rick transitioned to multimedia production (hey, the money was better than radio), and worked for companies in the Washington, DC area, creating interactive marketing and training programs for private sector and government clients.  Upon his return to Florida, he was thrilled to find listener-supported public radio WFIT (89.5 FM).  He had come home.

Ways to Connect


We have teamed with WJCT's "T Minus Zero" to stream NASA and SpaceX launches live from our Facebook page. Coverage typically starts 5-15 minutes before a launch.  

The next launch is slated for Monday, June 24th. The four hour launch window opens at 11:30PM. 


How do you transport a 100 foot rocket booster from Alabama to Port Canaveral?  By ship...


Meet the weather forecasters who make the go/no-go decision for rocket launches from the Cape.


Update 3:16 p.m.SpaceX is now targeting this Thursday, May 23rd for the delayed launch of its StarLink satellites. 


In this video, we'll provide an overview of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, and tell you why the SpaceX Demo 1 launch is important to the program.  (The launch is currently set for 2:48AM Saturday morning)