Our Family of Public Radio Stations
Call Letters: WDNA-FM Frequency: 88.9 FM Website: http://www.wdna.org Service Area: Miami, FL “Known worldwide as South Florida’s premiere jazz music station, WDNA was licensed in 1977 by the FCC to the Bascomb Memorial Broadcasting Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide quality public-centric music, arts, and cultural programming to the residents of South Florida and beyond. In an ever changing radio landscape, WDNA remains committed to America’s Classical Music, alternative voices, and the marriage of entertainment with enrichment.” Format: Online-Streaming Frequency: N/A Website: www.bostonfreeradio.com Service Area: Greater Boston Area“Boston Free Radio is an independent, member-run radio station reaching out to the world through online streaming on the Internet. Boston Free Radio promotes freedom of speech and accepts programming of all types, in any language. Holding true to our commitment to freedom of speech, we give our radio DJs 100% control over their programs. Your music!!! Your voice!!! Your station!!!”
12th Street Jump Broadcast: Every Sunday 12-1am Call Letters: KCUR – FM Frequency: 89.3 FM Website: http://www.kcur.org/ Service Area: Kansas City “KCUR-FM is a high quality, news, information and entertainment service in a non-commercial environment. KCUR-FM is “Your Station For NPR News” and is a source for diverse local programming.” Call Letters: WVPE – FM Frequency: 88.1 FM Website: http://www.wvpe.org/ Service Area: South Bend & Elkhart, IN “WVPE is a vital communication resource that strives to inform, entertain and inspire the communities we serve. We do this through programming, services and events reflective of our culture and diversity to create a more informed public.” Call Letters: WWFM, WWCJ, WWNJ, WWPJ Frequency: 89.1 FM, 89.1 FM, 91.1 FM, 89.5 FM Website: http://www.jazzon2.org/about.html Service Area: Trenton/Cape May/Toms River, NJ and Pen Argyl, PA You can also listen to JazzOn2 on-line or on your smartphone. JazzOn2, began broadcasts on 89.1 HD2, Trenton, New Jersey as the jazz arm of WWFM radio on September 1st 2008. In June 2010,we added WWCJ, Cape May, New Jersey, 89.1 HD2 to our broadcast mix, and, we are now on WWNJ, Toms River, New Jersey, 91.1 HD2. JazzOn2 is a mission-driven project. Call Letters: WLNZ Frequency: 89.7 FM Website: http://www.lcc.edu/radio/ Service Area: Lansing, MI WLNZ/LCC Radio is the public radio station of Lansing Community College. WLNZ is committed to playing the biggest and best variety of music in Lansing and providing relevant information for life in and around the area. LCC Radio’s AAA (Adult Album Alternative) format consists primarily of music styles that our members and listeners have expressed an interest in as well as the “live” musical make-up of the Greater Lansing area. Call Letters: WNJR Frequency: 91.7 FM Website: http://www.wnjr.org/ Service Area: Pittsburgh & Washington, PA Homegrown student and community broadcasting, nationally syndicated entertainment programs, Pacifica network news, and a wide variety of music from alternative to jazz. Call Letters: WOUB Frequency: 91.3 FM, 1340 AM Website: http://woub.org/ Service Area: Southern Ohio plus portions of West Virginia and Kentucky WOUB-FM is a radio station broadcasting at FM 91.3 in Athens, OH. The station is owned by Ohio University, and is a National Public Radio member station. WOUB-FM is the flagship of a five-station network. The station also serves most of southern and southeastern Ohio, plus portions of neighboring West Virginia and Kentucky, through a network of repeater stations. Call Letters: KRNN Frequency: 102.7 FM Website: http://www.krnn.org/ Service Area: Juneau, AK KRNN is home to Juneau’s unique home-made public radio tradition of everything from folk to jazz and from world music to the classics. The music is all handpicked and most of the programs are locally hosted by community volunteers who share both a love for music and public radio. KRNN: radio that’s conversational, curious, authentic and very local. Call Letters: KUCR – FM Frequency: 88.3 FM Website: http://kucr.org/ Service Area: Riverside to Los Angeles, CA KUCR is a non-commercial radio station located in Riverside, California, broadcasting on 88.3 FM. The programming is divided into blocks by music genre: Underground, reggae, classical, Americana, world, jazz, and hip-hop. Call Letters: KEOS – FM Frequency: 89.1 FM Website http://www.keos.org/ Service Area: Serving Bryan TX and the Brazos River Valley “KEOS 89.1 FM is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensed non-commercial educational radio station which began broadcasting on March 25, 1995. Serving College Station, Texas and the Brazos Valley.” Call Letters: KMXT – FM Frequency: 89.1 FM Website: http://www.kmxt.org/ Service Area: Serving Kodiak, Alaska KMXT is the public radio station for Kodiak Island and beyond. We broadcast on 100.1FM+HD. In HD, we have two additional programming streams. We also stream over the web to all points of the globe. Check out programming schedules online. Call Letters: KPRG – FM Frequency: 89.3 FM Website: http://www.kprgfm.com/main/index.php Service Area: Mangilao, Guam KPRG is a high-quality news, information and entertainment service in a non-commercial environment. KPRG is a non-advocating entity with an obligation to give fair and impartial treatment to all sides of issues. Call Letters: KVRZ – FM Frequency: 88.9 FM Website: http://www.kvrz.net/ Service Area: Northeast Montana KVRZ Public Radio in Libby, MT is a community supported, listener powered station that provides in-depth news and quality music programming to people in its service regions. Call Letters: KSEF – FM Frequency: 88.9 FM Website: http://www.semo.edu/sepr/index.htm Service Area: Southeast Missouri & Southern Illinois KSEF Public Radio at Southeast Missouri State University includes two stations that provide in-depth news and quality music programming to nearly 1.9 million people in its service regions of Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois and the Parkland. Call Letters: KPVL-FM Frequency: 89.1 FM Website: http://www.891theblend.org Service Area: Northeast Iowa “Independent, volunteer-powered community radio for the four-county are of Northeast Iowa. KPVL exists to educate, entertain, and stimulate its audience by building communtiy, connecting people, and communicating the human experience.” Call Letters: KKRN – FM Frequency: 88.5 FM Website: http://kkrn.org/ Service Area: Northern California “KKRN FM is a volunteer-based, listener-supported radio station fostering positive social change and healthy communities by entertaining, informing and educating through diverse music, culture, news, and public affairs programming. Serving Bella Vista and Northern California.” Call Letters: WOJB – FM Frequency: 88.9 FM Website: http://www.wojb.org/ Service Area: Hayward, WI & Northwestern Wisconsin Founded in 1982 with the intention of bridging the culture gap between the Native American population in the area and their non-Native neighbors in a time of heightened racial tension, the station is now a fixture of the northwestern Wisconsin airwaves, presenting a variety of programming, much of it presenting the culture of the local Ojibwa community and the wider Anishinaabe culture. Call Letters: WDPS Frequency: 89.5 FM Website: http://www.dps.k12.oh.us/departments/PIO/wdps-fm.html Service Area: Dayton to Cincinnati, OH WDPS 89.5 FM got its call letters from it’s nickname “Dayton’s Power Source”. A radio station broadcasting a jazz format, it serves its city of license, Dayton, Ohio. The station has moved to new studios located in the Ponitz CareerTechnology Center at 741 West Washington Street when the switch to “real jazz” took place. Call Letters: KIDE – FM Frequency: 91.3 FM Website: http://www.hoopa-nsn.gov/departments/kide.htm Service Area: Serving Hoopa, CA & Northwestern California The mission of KIDE-FM is to promote and project the Hoopa Tribal culture. Our overall mission is to educate, to inform and to entertain our listening audience by providing public relation audio services for the community, and by broadcasting local, regional and national programs and by sharing a diverse music format. Call Letters: KSTK – FM Frequency: 101.7 FM Website: http://kstk.org/ Service Area: Serving Wrangell, AK & the Alaskan Panhandle KSTK is a non-commercial radio station in Wrangell, Alaska, broadcasting on 101.7 FM. The station airs public radio programming from the National Public Radio network and the BBC World Service. KSTK also airs a slightly sporadic, yet surprisingly superb smidgen of locally originated programming. Also, funstuffs. Call Letters: KMUN – FM Frequency: 91.9 FM Website: http://coastradio.org Service Area: Astoria, Oregon The mission of KMUN is to be the voice for community: for its people, for its culture, and for events and challenges that bring us together. KMUN broadcasts 7,500 watts of power from its main transmitter on Megler Mountain, and 10 watts each from translators in Wheeler, Cannon Beach and South Astoria. Call Letters: KTCB – FM Frequency: 89.5 FM Website: http://coastradio.org/ktcb.html Service Area: Tillamook, Oregon The mission of KTCB is to give voice to community: for its people, for its culture, and for events and challenges that bring us together. KTCB broadcasts 400 watts of power from Cape Mears, serving south Clatsop and northern Tillamook counties. Call Letters: KCPB – FM Frequency: 90.9 FM Website: http://coastradio.org/kcpb.html Service Area: Warrenton, Oregon The mission of KTCB is to give voice to community: for its people, for its culture, and for events and challenges that bring us together. KCBP broadcasts 200 watts of power from its transmitter on Megler Mountain. Call Letters: WJAB – FM Frequency: 90.9 FM Website: http://www2.aamu.edu/wjab/ Service Area: Huntsville, Alabama WJAB-FM is a professional, 100,000 Watt, non-commercial radio station serving the interests of the citizens of Huntsville, AL & the surrounding area. A mixture of Jazz & Blues dominates WJAB’s 24-hr, seven day-a-week format. Call Letters: KCHU – AM Frequency: 770 AM Website: http://www.kchu.org/ Service Area: Valdez, AK KCHU-AM 770 is a 10,000-watt full service public radio station in the city of Valdez, Alaska. KCHU’s signal can be heard in an area the size of Ohio, serving a population base of about 10,000 people. There are currently around 300 members, with a listenership made up of a variety of different communities. The station serves seven communities around Prince William Sound and the Copper River Basin. KCHU is repeated by translators in Cordova, Whittier, Tatitlek, Chenega Bay and Chitina, and is carried by two full-service licensed stations in McCarthy and Glennallen. As part of the KCHU station the program can also be heard on:
- 88.3 FM – Serving Whittier, AK
- 88.1 FM – Serving Cordova, Tatitlek & Chenega, AK
- KXGA | 90.5 FM – Serving Glennallen, Tazlina & Kenny Lake, AK
- KXKM | 89.7 FM – Serving McCarthy, AK
Format: Online-Streaming Website: RadioPhoenix.org Available OnlineRadio Phoenix™ is the listener-supported, non-commercial radio service of Arizona Community Media Foundation (AzCMF). Launched October 31, 2008, Radio Phoenix™ exists to enrich the lives of central Arizonans through educational, insightful, and stimulating programming that reflects the unique character of the Valley of the Sun while connecting us with our neighbors in the larger global community. Currently available exclusively online, the service plans an expansion to FM broadcast pending Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval.
Call Letters: KJZA, KJZP, KJZK Frequency: 89.5 FM, 90.7 FM, 90.1 FM, 91.3 FM Website: http://tomerickson2.qwestoffice.net/ Service Area: Flagstaff, Prescott, Grand Canyon, Sedona, Las VegasThe K-JAZZ Radio Network is a publicly supported community broadcast service with studios in Prescott, Flagstaff and Kingman, Arizona providing service to the fastest growing population areas of Western and Northern Arizona. The broadcast schedule offers high-quality programs that include arts, entertainment and information programs, as well as jazz, blues, folk, Celtic, bluegrass and western music.
Call Letters: WCSK Frequency: 90.3 FM Website: http://kingsport.schoolfusion.us Service Area: Kingsport, TNWCSK is a non-commercial and educational radio station licensed to the Kingsport Board of Education by the Federal Communications Commission. Individual listener and business tax-deductable donations to WCSK Radio will support the purchase of programming and equipment for WCSK. All donations to WCSK Radio will go into a designated account that may be used for programming and equipment. This account will be managed, administered and audited by the Dobyns-Bennett Activities Office.
Call Letters: KUHB Frequency: 91.9 FM Website: http://www.kuhbradio.org/ Service Area: St. Paul & St. George, AKKUHB-FM has been broadcasting to the communities of St. George, St, Paul and the surrounding ships at sea. Content includes music, weather, local, national and world news, the Pribilof Postcard, and many other high quality programs each and every day. KUHB-FM 91.9 The voice of the Pribilofs since 1985.
Call Letters: WCUW Frequency: 91.3 FM Website: http://www.wcuw.org/ Service Area: Central New EnglandWCUW, 91.3 FM, is a non-commercial, community access radio station owned and operated by WCUW, Inc., an independent, educational corporation dedicated to the exploration and improvement of the communications media in the Central New England area. WCUW seeks to inform, entertain and enlighten. We seek to make a positive difference in the lives of the people of Central New England.
Call Letters: KGLP Frequency: 91.7 FM Website: http://www.kglp.org/ Service Area: Northwestern New Mexico & Northeastern ArizonaThe primary mission of KGLP is to provide a radio service that encourages intellectual curiosity and critical analysis. KGLP’s mandate is to provide for the otherwise un-served tastes and interests of the public and to present material that challenges the mind, provokes thought, and broadens views. KGLP is a non-profit and member-supported organization, licensed in 1992 to Gallup Public Radio, Inc., a non-commercial educational broadcast facility, serving Northwestern New Mexico and Northeastern Arizona.
Call Letters: KMBH & KHID Frequency: 88.1 FM Website: http://www.kmbh.org/?q=88fm Service Area: South Texas and Northern MexicoEducation, culture, spiritual values and arts give meaning and sense to the gift of our lives. KMBH & KHID are committed to further all levels of education, to promote the arts, spiritual values and cultural development by means of electronic media, specifically for the communities of the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. Public Radio 88 FM offers award-winning news and information programming from NPR. Programs like “Morning Edition” “All Things Considered”, “12th Street Jump” combine to create a broadcast schedule that is truly “One-of-a-kind.” Call Letters: WPTC Frequency: 88.1 FM Website: http://www.pct.edu/wptc/ Service Area: Central Pennsylvania WPTC, 88.1 FM, is the non-commercial radio station of Williamsport, PA. WPTC broadcasts and streams on the Internet at http://www.pct.edu/wptc. WPTC broadcasts 24 hours a day year round. During the week the station broadcasts a modern rock format. On weekends WPTC broadcasts a jazz format. WPTC also broadcasts documentaries, radio drama, a variety of independent music shows and locally and nationally produced news and public affairs shows and features, including public radio’s Earth & Sky; Jazz Perspectives; The Hightower Report, Voices of Our World; A World of Possibilities, Jazz Inspired, War News Radio. Call Letters: KBBG Frequency: 88.1 FM Website: http://www.kbbgfm.org/ Service Area: Central Iowa KBBG-FM 88.1 is a subsidiary of AfroAmerican Community Broadcasting Inc., which was established in 1977. The station is the largest African-American owned and operated non-commercial, educational, community radio station in the state of Iowa, with a broadcast power of 10,000 watts. Call Letters: KWLC Frequency: 1240 AM Website: http://www.luther.edu/kwlc/ Service Area: North East Iowa and South East Minnesota KWLC 1240 AM, is the non-commercial radio station of Luther College in Iowa. KWLC broadcasts and streams on the Internet at www.luther.edu/kwlc . KWLC broadcasts a variety of music across Iowa and into parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Call Letters: WXTS Frequency: 88.3 FM Website: http://streema.com/radios/WXTS_FM Service Area: Toledo, OH and parts of Southern Michigan One of Toledo’s best kept secrets for over 20 years. The programming is always unexpected and phenomenal. City blues, delta blues, big band, dixieland, standards, contemporary, bebop, cutting edge, you never know they’ll play, but it’s all there. WXTS is an FM non-commercial radio station and is licensed to Toledo, OH. Call Letters: KDLG Frequency: 89.9 FM Website: http://kdlg.org/ Service Area: Bristol Bay, AK The mission of KDLG is to broadcast programming of high quality, which serves demonstrated community needs of an educational, informational, cultural, and entertainment nature, within its primary signal area. Such programming is intended for a general audience. Operation includes a twenty-four hour broadcast schedule repeated on KNSA Unalakleet. KDLG’s coverage area is approximately the size of the state of Ohio! 12th Street Jump Broadcast: Every Friday @ 11am Call Letters: WJFF Frequency: 90.5 FM Website: http://www.wjffradio.org/wjff/ Service Area: The Catskill Mountains & Southeast New York WJFF is perhaps the nation’s only hydropowered radio station. The power for the station’s studios and offices are drawn from a dam 50 feet away adjacent to Lake Jefferson. In addition to the main station, WJFF is relayed by an additional translator in Monticello, NY to widen its broadcast area for its’ wide variety of programming. 12th Street Jump Broadcast: Every Tuesday @ 10 pm Call Letters: KSJD Frequency: 91.5 FM, 91.1 FM, 90.9 FM, 90.5 FM, 89.5 FM Website: http://www.ksjd.org/ Service Area: Southwest Colorado, Four Corners, Monticello, Pleasant View, Rico KSJD proudly operates on solar-power. It is the mission of KSJD’s Community Radio Project to promote and sustain non-commercial, community based broadcasting that supports the inclusive voice, education and interests of our diverse rural audience in Montezuma County and the Four Corners Region. The solar power for the station’s studios and offices are able to feed the main station and an additional 7 translators to widen its broadcast area.