KCUR12th Street Jump Broadcast: Every Sunday 12-1am     Call Letters: KCUR – FM     Frequency: 89.3 FM   Website:     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.”

logo_fid (2)Website:  21 Stations from Northwest Kansas to Texas

High Plains Public Radio operates a network of 21 FM stations and translators providing public radio service to 78 counties across five states of the High Plains region. For nearly all of this area, HPPR is the sole source of public radio service. Throughout its history, HPPR has always been more than just a public radio station. It’s a virtual community of individuals from across the region who share common interests in knowing more about the world and building their home communities through the time, talents and treasure of many volunteers, contributors, listeners and staff members.

Jazz on 2Call Letters: WWFM, WWCJ, WWNJ, WWPJ Frequency: 89.1 FM, 89.1 FM, 91.1 FM, 89.5 FM Website:  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.

KEOSCall Letters: KEOS – FM   Frequency: 89.1 FM
Website  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.”

KMXT 100.1 FMCall Letters: KMXT – FM Frequency: 89.1 FM
Website: 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.

KMUN 91.9Call Letters: KMUN – FM Frequency: 91.9 FM
Website: 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.

KMUNCall Letters: KTCB – FM   Frequency: 89.5 FM
Website:   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.

KCPB 90.9 FM for the CoastCall Letters: KCPB – FM   Frequency: 90.9 FM
Website:   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: KMBH & KHID  Frequency: 88.9 PM and 88.1 FM
Website:  Service Area: South Texas and Northern Mexico

Education, 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.”

1416365339Call Letters: KBBG   Frequency: 88.1 FM
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.

KCCUCall Letters: KCCU   7 stations across Southwest Oklahoma and Western North Texas

KCCU-FM began broadcasting in 1989 as a non-profit station licensed under Cameron University, providing the Lawton/Ft. Sill/Duncan area with classical music. As the station’s support and reputation grew, programming grew to include jazz, variety shows, and of course National Public Radio news.

azpmCall Letters: KUAT   Frequency: 90.5 FM
Service Area: Tucson, AZ

Through captivating public television, public radio, Internet content, and social media, AZPM aims to inform, educate and entertain the people of Southern Arizona. Arizona Public Media informs, inspires and connects our community by bringing people and ideas together.

KPIP.pngCall Letters: KPIP   Frequency: 94.7 FM
Service Area: Fayette, MO

KPIP-LP, 94.7 fm in Fayette, Missouri, is dedicated to being a resource for the whole community. In addition to a wide variety of good music, we aim to deliver accurate news and thoughtful commentary.

WESM-logo-CMYK.jpgCall Letters: WESM   Frequency: 91.3 FM
Service Area: Virginia, Deleware, and Maryland

WESM serves Maryland and Virginia’s Eastern Shore, as well as Southern Delaware, Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck. Also, our 24/7 live audio stream draws listeners from around the world. Licensed to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, WESM has served Delmarva and surrounding regions for nearly three decades.

Call Letters: WJSU   Frequency: 88.5 FMWJSU
Website: Service Area: Jackson, MI

WJSU offers an intelligent mix of current in-depth news, and informative talk, in addition to cool jazz. WJSU is a public radio station licensed to Jackson State University.

Call Letters: WPPB Frequency: 88.3 FM88.3WPPBFMlogo
Website: Service Area: Long Island

Long Island’s only local NPR station, WPPB brings listeners over 8,500 hours each year of the best local and national public radio programs, Offering 70 hours a week of locally produced music, news and community interest programming, it also provides 50 weekly hours of special interest programs from independent national producers alongside NPR and PBS coverage.

Station: Radio Phoenix   Radio Phoenix
Website: Listen Online!

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.

wskgCall Letters: WSKG Frequency: 89.3 FM
Website: Service Area: New York and Pennsylvania

WSKG serves to inspire with the highest quality educational programming, explore the arts, culture and heritage of the region and beyond, engage in thoughtful consideration of news and issues of importance, and entertain with the very best in multimedia programming.

wicrCall Letters: WICR Frequency: 88.7 FM
Website: Service Area: Indianapolis

WICR, 88.7 FM, is a public radio station owned by the Board of Trustees of the University of Indianapolis and operated by university students, faculty, and staff with programming from Classical Music Indy, American Public Media, and other outside, independent producers.

300dpi_kbem_logoCall Letters: KBEM Frequency: 88.5 FM
Website: Service Area: Minneapolis/St. Paul

Recognized as the Twin Cities’ public radio voice for jazz and education, KBEM is a program of the Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) Approximately 150 students annually participate in KBEM’s hands-on educational program.