CKUA, broadcasting province-wide
at 580 AM. On the FM Band: Athabasca - 98.3 FM;
Banff - 104.3 FM;
Calgary - 93.7 FM;
Drumheller/Hanna - 91.3 FM;
Edmonton - 94.9 FM;
Edson - 103.7 FM;
Fort McMurray - 96.7 FM;
Grande Prairie - 100.9 FM;
Hinton - 102.5 FM;
Lethbridge - 99.3 FM;
Lloydminster - 97.5 FM;
Medicine Hat - 97.3 FM;
Peace River - 96.9 FM;
Red Deer - 101.3 FM;
Spirit River - 99.5 FM;
Whitecourt - 107.1 FM. CKUA AM-FM is capable of reaching 85% of
Albertans through satellite delivery with 17 transmitters located
throughout the province. Satellite communications further extend CKUA's
"footprint" across North America, and it can be heard globally over the
Internet in RealAudio.
CKUA broadcasts a wide spectrum of high quality music programs, spanning
classical, jazz, blues, folk, mixed and specialty music.
Calgary, CJSW, 90.9
FM. 106.9 FM cable. University of Calgary. Community radio.
Winnipeg, CMOR, Closed-circuit
campus radio. Red River College. "Red River's Power Station." (While it is an entirely student-run
campus radio station, they do accept and sell ads, so caveat listener.)
Chéticamp, CKJM, 106.1 FM.
Radio communautaire francophone qui oeuvre à la promotion des artistes acadiens
et au développement socio-économique de la région.
Halifax, CKDU, 97.5 FM. Dalhousie University.
Halifax's only FM campus/community radio station. Streaming web radio.
Programming runs from the conventional to the experimental, freeform/indie/alterntive,
from danceable pop to hip hop, from rare syndicated news features to in-depth locally
produced spoken word. Halifax's only 24-hour request line, (902) 494-2487.
Saulnierville, CIFA, 104.1 FM. Radio Clare. Serving the Francophone community of southwest Nova Scotia.
Sydney, CAPR, FM. University College of Cape Breton.
Closed-circuit campus radio (FM license pending), plus Internet MP3 stream.
Live DJs five days a week, 9am to 4pm. (If you tune in after hours, we put independent Canadian
compilation CDs on rotation until we open again.) CAPR Radio prides itself in promoting Canadian
independent music, with a strong emphasis on local talent. We also do our best to promote all
types of music from all over the world, particularly, music that would not be heard on commercial
Toronto, CHRY, 105.5 FM. York University. Punk, rap, reggae, etc.
Toronto, CIUT, 89.5 FM. 15,000 watts. University of Toronto Community Radio. Alternative, jazz and
spoken word. Webcasting via Real Audio.
Toronto, CJRT, 91.1 FM. Classical, jazz, folk, blues,
big band, swing, opera, children's programming, BBC news, arts and entertainment coverage
and Open College distance education. Webcasting in RealAudio.
Toronto, CKLN, 88.1 FM. Ryerson University.
Rap to thrash, dance to country, blues to bhangra, reggae to rock and more...
Toronto, CKRG, 820 AM, 96.3 FM cable. Glendon College. Bilingual.
Vaughan, RAV, 90.7 FM. Radio at Vaughan, the
first high school in Ontario with a broadcast license. Student-run, non-profit.
Internet broadcast with Windows Media.
Fairbanks, KSUA, 91.5 FM. University of Alaska at Fairbanks.
We are a non-commercial radio station run by the students of University
of Alaska Fairbanks. We are located at 307 Constitution Hall on the UAF
campus. You can visit us on the web, or call us at (907) 474-7054.
104.7 FM. NPR. Alaska's first non-commercial/educational radio station,
Galena, KIYU, 910 AM.
Kasilof, KWJG, 91.5 FM. All locally-produced programming.
Kodiak, KMXT, 100.1 FM. NPR.
Kotzebue, KOTZ, 720 AM.
102.3 FM. Skagway, 91.9 FM. NPR, PRI. Supported by 400 listeners out of an
audience of 3,500. News, syndicated shows, locally produced music programs; local marine and weather reports, ferry and tide information; listener personal messages for listeners without telephones.
Chico, KZFR, 90.1 FM.
Redding translator, K296CE, 107.1. Serving the northern Sacramento
Valley. Wide variety of musical programming, children's programming
7:00-7:30 weekday evenings, special programming in Spanish and Hmong.
"During its first year of operation, the station had no microwave
facilities and relied on volunteers who drove the taped programs from the
studio to the transmitter where they were played back and broadcast. We
believe that this 'gas-powered STL' may be a 'one of a kind' bit of radio
history." Tel. (530) 895-0706.
Claremont, KSPC, 88.7 FM.
Cupertino, KKUP, 91.5 FM.
Eclectic, folk, jazz, reggae, public affairs, and more. KKUP is an all volunteer
station, no paid staff, a whopping 200 watts, and most important, the only
100% listener sponsored radio station in the US. No underwriting, no college
affiliation, nuttin. Just begging subscribers for money. Last of the old time
Lorenzo Milan hippie radio stations. (409) 260-2999.
Davis, KDVS, 90.3 FM. University
of California, Davis. Strongest signal of any freeform station in the
U.S., with streaming broadcast and archived programming.
El Centro, KUBO, 88.7 FM.
Fremont, KOHL, 89.3 FM. Ohlone College. CHR!
Fresno, KFSR, 90.7 FM. California State University, Fresno. Student-run. 24 hours,
playing jazz from 6:00 a.m. until noon seven days a week, with a mix of alternative,
reggae, R&B, occasional campus-service programming such as a faculty
advising for an hour once a week, and some sports and/or news.
Fresno, KSJV, 91.5 FM.
Fresno, KVPR, 89.3 FM.
Garberville/Redway, KMUD, 91.1 FM.
Hayward, KCRH, 89.9 FM. Chabot College.
Pop, Rock, R&B, Hip Hop, Metal, Punk and Oldies everyday (including weekends), from 7 am - 12
midnight. Also sports, news, traffic and public affairs.
Office number: (510) 723-6954. Request line: (510) 723-6981. FAX: (510) 723-7155.
Hoopa, KIDE, 91.3 FM. Licensed to the Hoopa Valley Tribe. Located on
the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation. KIDE is the first solar powered
community radio station in California, and the first Native-owned
community radio station in the country. We provide our listeners news,
information and entertainment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We carry
"Native America Calling" from the American Indian Radio On Satellite
network Monday through Friday at 10am."
88.9 FM. University of California, Irvine.
Long Beach, KLON, 88.1 FM. California State University, Long Beach.
Jazz and blues.
Los Altos Hills, KFJC, 89.7 FM.
Foothill College. (415) 941-2500 (request). (415) 949-7260 (business). Eclectic, including rock,
squonk, blues, bluegrass, industrial; public affairs and news shows including the
award-winning Norman Bates Memorial Soundtrack Show, Sez Who? News, and that Sunday night
Los Angeles, KPFK, 90.7 FM. Pacifica Foundation.
Politics, news, music, including "Global Village", international eclectic music weekdays
from 10am-noon (Betto Arcos, C.C. Smith, Yatrika Shah-Rais, John Schneider and Tom Nixon);
Roz & Howard Larman's "Folkscene" (since 1970!), Sundays 7-10pm; "The Music Never Stops"
(Grateful Dead), Fridays 8-11pm; "Mike Hodel's Hour 25", Fridays 11pm-mid, "This Way Out"
(gay and lesbian community news and features), Tuesdays 3:00-3:30pm. Also ... this is one of
the coolest-looking radio station web sites I've ever seen.
Los Angeles, KSCR, 104.7 FM. University of Southern California, student-run
Los Angeles, KUSC, 91.5 FM. University of Southern California.
Classical, plus "Prairie Home Companion" Saturdays 6pm, "Thistle &
Shamrock", Saturdays 8pm.
Los Angeles, KXLU, 88.9 FM. Loyola Marymount University.
Student-run. Alternative music days, classical most evenings; "Alma
del Barrio", Latin music, Saturdays-Sundays 11am-6pm.
Mendocino, KAKX, 89.3 FM. Mendocino High School. Student-run.
Menlo-Atherton, KCEA, 89.1 FM. Menlo-Atherton High School. Big band.
Moraga, KSMC, 89.5 FM.
St. Mary's College of California, Ferroggiaro Center. Bus (510) 376-1242, Request (510) 631-4895,
FAX (510) 376-5766. Eclectic (rock, jazz, world, classical, metal,
hip-hop, bilingual news, alternative, etc.) Serving Moraga, Lafayette,
Orinda, Walnut Creek, Concord, Pleasant Hill, Pacheco, Martinez and the
greater Lamorinda area. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nevada City/Sacramento, KVMR, 89.5
FM, Nevada City. Auburn, 107.3. Community radio. Folk, international, jazz,
classical, alternative rock, etc. Streaming MP3 format signal via Live365.com.
Northridge/Los Angeles, KCSN, 88.5 FM.
California State University, Northridge. Classical on weekdays, and a rootsy/eclectic mix
on the weekends.
Pacific Grove, KAZU, 90.3 FM.
Palm Springs, KPSC, 88.5 FM.
Palo Alto, KZSU, 90.1 FM,
Stanford University. (415) 723-9010 (request). (415) 725-4868 (business).
The Noise You Need from Stanford University. Eclectic, including rock,
squonk, jazz, blues, bluegrass, alternative country, industrial, experimental, hip-hop, reggae (both dancehall and roots),
techno. Public affairs including daily news broadcasts, interviews. Local
and remote Stanford sports broadcasts.
Pasadena, KPCC, 89.3 FM. Pasadena City College, NPR, MPR.
Pebble Beach, KSPB, 91.9 FM. Robert Louis Stevenson School.
Philo, KZYK, 90.7 FM.
Redlands, KUOR, 89.1 FM. University of Redlands. On air for
25 years, and typically broadcasts jazz, reggae and late-night gospel
music. Its coverage does not extend much further west than San Bernardino
(20 miles from Redlands) and Riverside (about 25 miles).
Riverside, KUCR, 88.3 FM. University of California, Riverside.
Rohnert Park, KRCB,
91.1 FM. Eclectic music, NPR news and features, radio drama and locally
produced programming and features.
Sacramento, KXPR, 90.9 FM.
Salinas, KHDC, 90.9 FM.
San Bernardino/Riverside, KVCR, 91.9 FM. NPR. San Bernardino College District.
San Diego, KCR, 1620 AM broadcast, 98.9 FM on Cox Cable radio,
RealAudio and WinAmp.
Sonoma, KSUN, 91.5 FM, Sonoma
County, California. Sonoma State University.
91.3 FM. Univeristy of the Pacific. Major format change in 1998; NPR News
and information programming from 2a-7p weekdays and from 5a-11a on
weekends (also Weekend ATC at 5p-6p Sat & Sun.) During other periods,
the format is "Americana" music.
Temecula, KRTM, 88.9 FM.
Thousand Oaks, KCLU,
88.3 FM. California Lutheran University.
Thousand Oaks, KCPB, 91.1 FM. Simulcast of KUSC, Los Angeles.
Turlock, KCSS, 91.9 FM. Country, folk, roots.
Ventura, KRKT, 88.1 FM.
Featuring rare and rockin' rockabilly, doo-wop and R&B from the 1950s -- the era that gave
birth to rock and roll! Webcasting every Friday and Saturday night from 8:05 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Pacific time at http://www.palmsradio.com.
Walnut, KSAK, 90.1 FM. Mt. San Antonio
Community College. Blasting the area with 3,500 milliwatts!
Alamosa, KRZA, 88.9 FM. NPR.
Community radio serving the Upper Rio Grande region -- Colorado's San Luis
Valley, plus Taos, Española and Santa Fe, New Mexico. News and culture,
and music including Latin/Spanish, Classical, Celtic, Bluegrass, Native
American, Rock, Folk, Blues, Jazz, World, R&B, Hip-Hop, Funk, Techno,
Women's and Free Form. "Relevant Radio."
Bridgeport, WPKN, 89.5 FM.
WPKN is radio with no rules, 100% community supported and staffed, with
over 100 people hitting the airwaves every month. 99.999% locally
produced music, news, public affairs and arts programming with as
many views as there are programs. For a recent program guide or
questions, drop a note to Cliff Furnald <email@example.com>.
You can get Cliff's most recent playlist the same way. WPKN reaches
southern and central Conncecticut, Long Island and Westchester County NY.
Fairfield, WSHU, 91.1 FM,
with translators throughout Southern Connecticut and Long Island. 24
hours a day of classical and folk music, National Public Radio news, and
Public Radio International feature shows.
Hamden, WQAQ, 98.1 FM. Quinnipiac College.
10 watts, student-run. On the air 7AM to 2AM daily during the school year. Free-form
with an emphasis on new rock, hip-hop, ska and RPM. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middlefield, WPKT, 90.5 FM.
Monroe, WMNR, 88.1 FM.
Non-commercial classical and fine arts music for Connecticut and nearby
New Britain, WFCS, 107.7 FM. Central Connecticut State University. 50 hrs of
blues a month, plus a mixture of metal, urban, alternative, big band, 50-70s,
plus some political talk shows.
New Haven, WNHU, 88.7 FM. University of New Haven.
Storrs, WHUS, 91.7 FM. University of Connecticut. The nation's oldest campus
West Hartford, WWUH, 91.3 FM.
University of Hartford. "We feature 9 hours of blues weekly, and almost 30 hours of
jazz weekly, as well as folk, reggae, ambient, and of course, modern rock." 24/7.
WAMU, 88.5 FM, Washington, DC. American University. NPR news, public affairs,
traditional American music. Covering a wide area of DC, Maryland and
Virginia. Home of the "Soundprint" radio documentary series.
WDCU, 90.1 FM, Washington, DC.
90.9 FM, Washington DC. Independent, listener-supported. Eclectic music,
NPR/PRI, news and informational programming.
WPFW, 89.3 FM, Washington DC. Pacifica Foundation.
Pensacola, WUWF, 88.1 FM.
University of West Florida. NPR, news, jazz, classical, adult alternative.
St. Augustine, WFCF, 88.5 FM. Flagler College. Broadcasting at 6000
watts, 7 days a week from 7:00am to 12:00am. Eclectic.
Tallahassee, WFSU, 88.9 FM. Florida State University. NPR.
Tallahassee, WFSQ, 91.5 FM. NPR.
Tallahassee, WVFS, 89.7 FM. "The Voice of Florida State University"
Tampa, WMNF, 88.5 FM. Community
radio. Acoustic and alternative; news/public affairs, jazz, blues,
reggae, R&B, world beat and roots music, bluegrass, psychedelia,
Celtic, 50s/60s rock 'n roll, plus alternative/freeform overnight.
Weekends - a mix of bluegrass/acoustic, "Women's Music & Issues",
"African-American Affairs", The Polka Show, Music of The Isles, Dixieland and jazz.
Tampa, WUSF, 89.7 FM.
University of South Florida. NPR.
Atlanta, WRAS, 88.5 FM. Georgia State University. College rock.
Atlanta, WREK, 91.1
FM. Georgia Institute of Technology. 40,000 watts. "When 'diverse' is too
constricting, think WREK. Rock, rap, reggae, blues, jazz, classical,
noise, atmospheric, traditional world music." Broadcasting as one of the
most powerful college radio stations in the U.S., and netcasting via RealAudio.
89.3 FM. "Radio Free Georgia, Atlanta's roots and heritage station. We feature the
most diverse programming in the state". A wide variety of musical genres is represented,
including Jim Williams' "The Performing Songwriter" on Friday nights from 7 to 9, with
lots of public affairs programming. WRFG serves those traditionally denied access to
broadcasting in our country. Tel (404) 523-3471. email <email@example.com>
Evanston, WNUR, 89.3 FM. Northwestern University.
International music, folk, blues, reggae. Check out The Driftweb, the accompanying
website to WNUR's excellent folk and roots music program "Continental Drift"
Flossmoor, WHFH, 88.5 FM.
Homewood-Flossmoor High School. Commercial-free music and talk. WHFH
plays a collection of music from the 60's to today's hits everyday from
8:30 AM until 9 PM CST Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 until 6 PM on
Friday. WHFH is also the home of the popular local politics program,
Chesterton, WAJW, 89.5 FM. Simulcasting WFMU, East Orange, NJ.
Chesterton, WDSO, 88.3 FM. Chesterton High School, 413 Watts.
"The Rock of Chesterton".
Columbia City, WJHS, 91.5 FM.
Columbia City High School. Entirely student-run. Alternative music, local sports, all
Elkhart, WVPE, 88.1 FM.
Evansville, WNIN, 88.3 FM.
Evansville, WPSR, 90.7 FM. Evansville Central High School.
91.5 FM. University of Evansville.
Fort Wayne, WBNI, 89.1 FM. Classical music, jazz and NPR news.
Fort Wayne, WCYT, 91.1 FM.
Homestead High School. The nation's first high school radio station on
the Web! Student-operated and -owned.
Gary, WGVE, 88.7 FM. Gary Area Career Center.
91.1 FM. Goshen College. 14 hours of folk music programming
per week, including the nightly program "Crossings"
Huntington, WVSH, 91.9 FM. Huntington North High School.
Indianapolis, WAJC, 104.5 FM. NPR.
90.9 FM. Ben Davis High School. Current format is "Hot AC".
Indianapolis, WEDM, 91.1 FM. Walker Career Center.
Indianapolis, WFYI, 90.1 FM. NPR.
Indianapolis, WICR, 88.7 FM.
University of Indianapolis. Classical, Jazz and Information programming
for Central Indiana.
Indianapolis, WJEL, 89.3 FM. J. Everitt Light Career Center.
Indianapolis, WRFT, 91.5 FM. Franklin Central High School.
Knightstown, WKPW, 90.7 FM. Country music, 24 hours.
Lafayette, WJEF, 91.9 FM,
Lafayette Jefferson High School, student-run. Variety - mainly 50s, 60s and 70s (some 80's).
The station recently celebrated 30 years on the air!
Muncie, WBST, 92.1 FM. NPR.
New Albany, WNAS, 88.1 FM. New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools.
High school station, student-run, began broadcasting in 1949. Live streaming audio from the web site.
South Bend, WVFI,
640 AM. University of Notre Dame.
West Lafayette, WBAA, 101.3 FM/920
AM, Purdue University. The FM station is primarily classical music, with
other shows like "A Prairie Home Companion", etc. The AM station is NPR,
news, talk, jazz, etc.
Iowa City, Iowa City Free Radio, 88.7 FM.
Community based information and music source. Email <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Participants in the nationwide community-based radio movement that gives control of the media back to the people.
Iowa City, KRUI, 89.7 FM.
Univeristy of Iowa. "Iowa City's Sound Alternative". Email <email@example.com>
Iowa City, KSUI, 91.7 FM/910 AM. NPR.
Mason City, KRNI, 1010 AM. NPR.
Mason City, KUNY, 91.5 FM. NPR.
Sioux Center, KDCR, 88.5 FM. Dordt College.
Non-commercial, 100,000 watts.
Bangor, WHSN 89.3 FM. New England
School of Communications/Husson College. Student run, non-commercial,
alternative rock station. Visit us at the NESCom Communications center
located at One College Circle; email us at WHSN@Husson.edu
Bangor, WMEH, 90.9 FM. NPR.
Blue Hills Falls, WERU,
89.8 FM. Bangor, 102.9 FM. A volunteer-run community radio station, eclectic music
from folk to blues to jazz to techno/rock.
Gorham, WMPG, 90.9 FM. Portland, 104.1 FM.
University of Southern Maine.
"We are a community station; most of our volunteers come from the community at-large. Our
programming includes just about everything. Two of our homegrown public affairs shows have
recently won NFCB awards."
Towson, WTMD, 89.7 FM.
WTMD is a 10,000 public radio station from the campus of Towson
University, and Mon-Sat plays a unique blend of new adult contemporary
format, called "The Breeze." We're also the home of
the folk and acoustic music show hosted by Tony Sica along with Paul
Hartman of Dirty
Provincetown, WOMR, 92.1 FM.
Outermost Community Radio. We are a non-commercial, community radio
station, serving all of Cape Cod, as well as much of the South Shore of
Boston. Jim Mulligan hosts a Blues program Sunday afternoons from 4-6pm
called "Mulligan Stew".
Medford, WMFO, 91.5 FM.
Medford and greater Boston. Tufts University. Freeform. Home of
"Something About the Women", Saturdays 11am-2pm, featuring music
by women from all genres, poetry and other women's writing, interviews,
and information about women-related events in the Boston area.
Nantucket Island, WNAN, 91.1 FM. "The Cape and Islands NPR Stations".
North Dartmouth, WSMU, 91.1 FM. Lots of folk music programming.
Rockland, WRPS, 88.3 FM. A broadcast service of Rockland Public Schools.
Woods Hole-Martha's Vineyard, WCAI, 90.1 FM. "The Cape and Islands NPR Stations".
Worcester, WCUW, 91.3 FM.
A non-commercial, community access radio station. We seek to make a
positive difference in the lives of the people of Central New England:
striving to involve those communities typically under-represented by the
media in programming and operations; educating the community about local
issues; supporting local artists, activities and culture, independent
and emerging music, and participating in the National Federation of
Community Broadcasters. Want to contact us? Email us at
or call our business office at (508) 753-1012. Request Line: (508) 753-2284.
Also check out Richard Fox's program
New Traditions, Tuesdays 6-9am.
Worcester, WCHC, 88.1 FM. College of the Holy Cross.
Worcester, WICN, 90.5 FM. NPR.
Worcester, WPIR, 90.1 FM.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Rolla, KMNR, 89.7 FM. We're
the non-NPR station in Rolla, totally free format and run by the students, for
the students. They have a great mix of music, and lots of great programming like
Big Backyard, the Grateful Dead Hour, and Maximum Rock and Roll, et al.
Rolla, KUMR, 88.5 FM.
University of Missouri-Rolla. Eclectic and folk music, NPR, talk. Home
of "We're Science", a nationally syndicated science program.
Springfield, KSMU, 91.1 FM. NPR.
St. Louis, KDHX,
88.1 FM. Extremely eclectic music programming, plus theatre, poetry,
news, and public affairs shows produced by and for various interest
groups in the community (African, African-American, Latino, gay and
lesbian, women's interests, etc.) Cajun music on at 4-7 PM Tuesday nights on "Howzit Bayou?",
and an Irish show from 10-12 am Monday mornings. Broadcasting on the web via Realaudio.
St. Louis, KWMU, 90.7 FM.
University of Missouri. NPR, talk, classical, jazz, world.
Las Vegas, KCEP, 88.1 FM. NPR.
Music (the mix combines the urban sounds of rap, hip-hop, R&B, soul
and old school with reggae, and Gospel Sundays), locally produced public
affairs programming and cultural programs, broadcasting throughout the
Las Vegas Valley.
East Orange, WFMU, 91.1 FM. Uppsala
College. Astonishingly eclectic music. Totally wacked.
Freehold, WPDQ, 89.7 FM.
"Oldies and talk, churches and polka show on Sunday."
Hackettstown, WNTI, 91.9 FM. Centenary College. Free-form radio for
northwest New Jersey. Supports and plays music by local musicians.
Lincroft, WBJB, 90.5 FM. NPR.
Morristown, WJSV, 90.5 FM. A non-commercial FM station broadcasting with an ERP of
125 watts. It is owned by the Morris School District and operated by
the students of Morristwon High School. Its adress is: WJSV c/o
Morristown High School, 50 Early Street, Morristown, New Jersey,
07960-3898. Telephone is 973-292-2168, fax is 973-539-5573.
South Orange, WSOU, 89.5 FM.
Seton Hall University. "The New York area's hardest rock station."
Teaneck, WFDU, 89.1 FM. Fairleigh Dickinson University.
"WFDU has been broadcasting for 30 years in the metropolitan area of NYC, NJ and
southern tip of Connecticut. There is an eclectic mix of Americana mornings and
weekends, but every afternoon starting at 1pm we play Blues and REAL R&B
until 3:45pm then continue broadcasting until 5pm on the Internet. We stream
audio throughout the day as a simulcast to broadcast.
Albuquerque, KANW, 89.1 FM.
Your first choice for New Mexico music! The musical format consists almost
entirely of Spanish-language pop and roots music that's made by New Mexico musicians.
Plus NPR, PRI. Great station! "Arriba Nuevo Mexico!"
Albuquerque, KUNM, 89.9 FM.
University of New Mexico. News, eclectic and freeform music.
Brooklyn, WBCR, 590 AM. Brooklyn
College. "The Mighty 590... We are closed-circuit, but we also broadcast
through our site using Windows Media Player. Our email address is
88.7 FM. State University of New York, Buffalo. NPR news and jazz.
Buffalo, WBNY, 91.3 FM.
Buffalo, WERB, 970 AM.
Buffalo, WNED, 94.5 FM.
Canajoharie, WCAN, 93.3 FM. NPR.
Canton, WSLU, 89.5 FM. NPR
88.7 FM. Hamilton College. Trustee owned, completely student run. SUPER
eclectic range of music runs the gamut from Ska and rap to classical.
Our Sunday jazz broadcast is well known throughout the area for its
excellence. 270 watts, 40 mile radius. Email <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chapel Hill, WXYC, 89.3 FM. "They are extremely
dedicated to diverse, independent music from all over the globe, but especially to our
homegrown NC music. Alternative rock would probably be the best chance at pigeon-holing XYC,
but that would be grossly inadequate. They are also the first college radio station to 'go live'
on the web with their broadcast!"
Charlotte, WFAE, 90.7 FM.
NPR, jazz. Original home of "The Thistle and Shamrock".
Durham, WNCU, 90.7 FM. North
Carolina Central University. Jazz and news, plus weekend shows featuring
soul, gospel, hip hop, etc.
Durham, WXDU, 88.7 FM,
Duke University. Student-run, although featuring a DJ mix of about half
students and half members of the local community. Regular format explores
all musical genres, with specialty shows in folk/roots/bluegrass, hip hop,
Latin, techno, comedy, jazz, old school country and a local music show
with live performances. Also the home of Steve Gardner's stupendous
oldtime/bluegrass/traditional music program "Topsoil".
LaGrande, KEOL, 91.7 FM,
Eastern Oregon State College. Student-run, extremely eclectic. "We
play everything from Camper Van to Ludwig Von from DJ's who do
everything else under the sun from run heavy farm machinery to moonlight
as drag queens." Email them at <email@example.com>
Pendleton, KRBM, 90.9 FM. NPR.
Portland, KBOO, 90.7 FM. 92.7 Columbia Gorge. 100.7, Corvallis/Albany.
Eclectic, folk & bluegrass, jazz, funk & hip-hop, reggae, African.
Portland, KBPS, 89.9 FM. Portland's
(only) classical station. NPR.
Portland, KMHD, 89.1 FM. We play the full spectrum of jazz, 24 hours!!
Portland, KOPB, 91.5 FM. NPR.
Portland, KPSU, 1450 AM, Portland State University. 5pm -
midnight, 7 days a week, sharing airwaves with KBPS Portland. Urban
college radio. Check out transplanted New Orleanian Paul Ronan's "Gumbo
Ya Ya Hour" on Wednesday nights.
Allentown, WMUH, 91.7 FM. The Radio Voice of Muhlenberg College.
Bethlehem, WDIY, 88.1 FM.
Easton, WJRH, 104.9 FM. Lafayette College.
Serving Easton, Allentown and Bethlehem, PA, and all of NJ.
East Stroudsburg, WESS, 90.3 FM, East Stroudsburg University,
Pennsylvania. Alternative rock, jazz, classical, folk, community.
Featuring "Roots & Wings", a weekly Celtic/bluegrass/singer-songwriter program hosted by
John McLaughlin <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Mondays 8am-noon school year, noon-4pm summers
Kingston, WRIU, 90.3 FM. We broadcast 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our signal is 3500 watts. Weekday formatting is Jazz, Classical, Hip Hop,
Folk, Rock, Electronica. Our weekend shows include Gospel, World Music, Reggae, Cape Verdean, Electronica, Blues.
Providence, WICE, 89.3 FM. Mostly Jazz and Swing from the 40's to the 60's.
"ICE plays jumping jazz suitable for drinking hard liquor by. They
play no commercials, only PSA'a and music. And they still play their
jingles they had recorded in the late 50's. The station only broadcasts
Thursday to Sunday every week and holidays. The DJs are hip and always
happy to take a request."
Westerly, WBLQ, 88.1 FM. No set format, no set personalities, and likes to break the rules.
Clemson, WSBF, 88.1 FM. Clemson University. Mostly
student-run. Featuring Capt. Don Morgan's program of blues, roots, reggae, and easy-skankin'
swamp boogie, Monday eves, from 7:00 to 9:00pm. Also, Joe Della-Fera's PROTOGRESSIVE(tm) Show -
featuring the best of early progressive music from the 60s and 70s. Also on the station is
industrial, metal and grunge (the stuff the students like).
Columbia, WLTR, 91.3 FM. NPR.
Columbia, WUSC, 90.5 FM. University of South Carolina. Free format alternative.
Conway/Myrtle Beach, WHMC, 90.1 FM. NPR.
Greenville, WEPR, 90.1 FM. NPR.
Rock Hill, WNSC, 88.9 FM. NPR.
St. George, WSHG, 105.9 FM. Educational Radio of St. George. Musical
format: Beach, Blues and Shag (the official dance of South Carolina)
Abilene, KACU, 98.7 FM.
Abilene Christian University. National Public Radio.
Alvin, KACC, 89.7 FM. Alvin Community College. Top 40, plus Classic/New Rock,
Austin, KAZI, 88.7 FM.
KAZI has been on the air since 1982, has an education charter and eclectic programming
including Pacifica News, locally produced talk shows and music: gospel,
rap, R&B, reggae and jazz. KAZI has traditionally served the
African-American community, but is rapidly gaining popularity throughout
Austin. KAZI is wholly supported by local underwriters and listeners.
Austin, KOOP, 91.7 FM.
Mon-Fri 9am - 7pm, Sat-Sun 9am - 10pm, sharing frequency with KVRX.
Community radio, a member- and volunteer-run cooperative. Eclectic and
freeform music, diverse community programming.
Austin, KUT, 90.5 FM. University of Texas at Austin. NPR.
Austin, KVRX, 99.5
FM on cable, 24 hours. 91.7 FM, Mon-Fri 7pm - 9am and Sat-Sun 10pm - 9am,
sharing the frequency with KOOP. Austin. Student-owned and -run.
University of Texas.
Beaumont, KVLU, 91.3 FM. NPR.
Bryan-College Station, KEOS, 89.1 FM.
All-volunteer, listener-sponsored Community Radio for the Brazos Valley,
broadcasting 24/7. Diverse, eclectic music & news. Also on FM Cable at 91.3
College Station-Bryan, KAMU,
90.9 FM. Texas A&M University. National Public Radio for the Brazos Valley.
Houston, KUHF, 88.7 FM.
University of Houston. Classical, NPR.
Killeen, KNCT, 91.3 FM.
Lubbock, KOHM, 89.1 FM. NPR.
Mesquite, KEOM, 88.5 FM. Mesquite
Independent School District. High school students from our district's
five high schools serve as DJs during school hours. Broadcasting 24/7 at
61,000 watts, plus Yahoo Broadcast. Format is '70s Top 40 Oldies music,
information features, Texas State Network newscasts, and Mesquite Schools
high school varsity sports live game broadcasts.
San Antonio, KPAC, 88.3 FM. Texas Public Radio. Classical music, 24 hours a day. 100,000 watts.
San Antonio, KSTX, 89.1 FM.
NPR, Texas Public Radio. NPR news and information, 24 hours a day. 100,000 watts.
Charlottesville, WNRN, 91.9 FM. 88.1 FM Afton, 89.9 FM Lynchburg.
Eclectic, modern rock, R&B/hip-hop. "Acoustic Sunrise" is the weekday morning drive program, 5:30am - 10am, featuring a blend of
all types of acoustic music, including folk, Celtic, bluegrass, blues, classic rock, and world music.
Charlottesville, WTJU, 91.1 FM.
University of Virginia.
Charlottesville, WVTU, 89.3 FM. Translator for WVTF in Roanoke.
Chesapeake, WFOS, 88.7 FM. Chesapeake Public Schools; staffed by high
school students and adult part-timers. 15,500 watts, serving the Hampton
Roads (Norfolk/Virginia Beach) market. Format is eclectic: weekdays
old-time radio, big band, oldies, blues (afternoon drive-time, our
most popular show), and 70s and 80s oldies. Early morning and
8pm-midnight classical and overnight automated with big band
Fairfax, WEBR, 94.5 FM. Fairfax Community Radio, also webcasting.
Hampton, WHOV, 88.1 FM. Hampton University.
Hampton Roads, WNSB, 91.1 FM.
Norfolk State University. Urban/jazz, plus reggae, blues, Caribbean,
Roanoke, WVTF, 89.1 FM. WVTFs coverage area on 89.1 FM
includes central and southwest Virginia, southern West Virginia and northern North Carolina. Also
89.7 FM, Roanoke. 89.5 FM, Lynchburg. 89.3 FM, Charlottesville, Waynesboro& Staunton.
88.5 & 89.7 FM, Charlottesville. 91.9 FM, Marion, Wytheville,Galax, Abingdon.
Virginia Western Community College. NPR.
Auburn, KGRG, 89.9 FM. Green River Community College.
Alternative/punk, local music, plus hip-hop and techno specialty shows, and live streaming.
Gavin Report "Best College Station" nominee.
Bellingham, KUGS, 89.3 FM.
Western Washington University. Student-managed station, Pacifica
News and "Democracy Now!", locally produced Public Affairs Programming.
Alternative Rock and speciality shows including world music, hip-hop,
Grateful Dead and "Jungle Rock" a weekly rockabilly show. On the web
Bellingham, KZAZ, 91.7 FM. Northwest Public Radio. NPR.
Clarkston, KNWV, 90.5 FM. Northwest Public Radio.
Ellensburg, KNWR, 90.7 FM. Northwest Public Radio.
90.7 FM. Featuring news from CBC and BBC, informational programs, and the
Northwest's most "adventurous" mix of folk, blues, and roots/world music.
Olympia, KAOS, 89.3 FM. Diverse music, community affairs, Pacifica news.
Pullman, KWSU, 1250 AM. Northwest Public Radio. NPR.
Richland, KFAE, 89.1 FM. NPR. Northwest Public Radio, with seven
translators/repeaters in Ellensburg/Kittitas; Goldendale/The Dalles; Yakima/Cowiche; Ephrata/Soap
Lake/ Moses Lake; Wenatchee/Cashmere; Cashmere/Dryden; and Chelan/Waterville.
Seattle, KEXP, 90.3 FM.
University of Washington. Variety music format, including American roots,
Cajun, blues, etc. Three specialty shows -- "Preachin' The
Blues", "Swingin' Doors" ("Twang at its best"), and "The Roadhouse" -- all
feature a variety of Cajun and roots artists. "The Variety
Mix", depending upon the record release, would also include any
Cajun or roots artists for airplay throughout the day.
Seattle, KCTS, 89.5 FM. High school station. Dance music format.
Seattle, KMIH, 104.5 FM. Mercer Island High School. Non-commercial/educational, contemporary hits/top 40.
Seattle, KUOW, 94.9 FM. "Seattle's NPR News and Information Station". Bellingham, 90.9 FM.
Shoreline, KNSB, 103.1 FM. Simulcast on 830 AM. Community micro-broadcast station for the Puget Sound region.
Spokane, KPBX, 91.1 FM. NPR.
Tacoma, KPLU, 88.5 FM. NPR.
Walla Walla, KWCW, 90.5 FM. Whitman College. 24 hours, mostly when class in session, dark when school out. 160w
Walla Walla, KWWS, 89.7 FM. Northwest Public Radio. Also serving Umatilla, Benton, Franklin, Garfield, and Columbia counties.
Yakima, KNWY, 90.3 FM. Northwest Public Radio.
Yakima, KYSC, 88.5 FM. Co-op between Yakima School district and Yakima Valley community College. Rock programming, but breaks off with variety shows. Mostly 24 hour and year round, with a break in August. 3000w
Appleton, WLFM, 91.1
FM. Lawrence University. WPR/PRI by day, student- and community-run
nights and weekends, featuring classical, folk, jazz, punk, indie rock,
world music, techno, metal, progressive, etc. Also some talk programming
(film discussion, radio drama, and Hmong community programming). Once a
year, the station features an on-air trivia contest that runs for three
consective days and nights without stop. Live webcast.
Auburndale, WLBL, 930 AM. NPR.
Brule, WHSA, 89.9 FM. NPR.
Delafield, WHAD, 90.7 FM. University of Wisconsin. NPR/Wisconsin Public Radio.
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