What channel is NPR in Iowa?

What channel is NPR in Iowa?

Iowa NPR Member Stations

Station City Frequency
WSUI-AM Iowa City 910
WSUI-FM Iowa City 91.7
WRNI-AM Mason City 1010
KUNY-FM Mason City 91.5

What number is Iowa Public Radio?

E-mail our staff at [email protected] or call us at: 515-725-1700 or 800-861-8000.

Is Iowa Public Radio off the air?

Current Broadcast Outages or Other Issues: There are no known issues at this time. All IPR stations are operating normally.

Does NPR have a TV channel?

On Television NPR features regular reviews and coverage of television offerings by Andrew Wallenstein of “Day to Day” and David Bianculli of “Fresh Air.”

What station is NPR in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania NPR Member Stations

Station City Frequency
WRTI-FM Philadelphia 90.1
WXPN-FM Philadelphia 88.5
WDUQ-FM Pittsburgh 90.5
WQED-FM Pittsburgh 89.3

Who owns Iowa Public Radio?

Iowa State University
WOI (640 AM) – branded Iowa Public Radio – is a non-commercial educational radio station licensed to serve Ames, Iowa. Owned by Iowa State University, the station covers the Des Moines metropolitan area.

When did Iowa Public Radio start?

Our History Iowa Public Radio was created in 2004 by the Iowa Board of Regents to manage the radio groups of Iowa State University, University of Iowa and University of Northern Iowa.

How many people listen to Iowa Public Radio?

This statewide public radio network (a total of 26 stations) now serves 250,000 listeners with three programming streams: News, News/Studio One and Classical. IPR’s combined radio groups serve rural and urban Iowa, touching all of Iowa’s 99 counties.

Is NPR part of PBS?

The programs that you hear and see on your favorite public broadcasting stations come from a variety of sources including PBS, NPR, American Public Media, the National Multicultural Alliance, local stations such as WGBH, WNET, WBEZ and WNYC, as well as many other independent producers.