Interlochen Public Radio

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IPR Music Radio
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City of license Interlochen, Michigan
Broadcast area WIAA: Cadillac-Traverse City
WIAB: Mackinaw City-St. Ignace
WICV: Petoskey
Format Public radio
Affiliations NPR
Owner Interlochen Center for the Arts
Website http://www.interlochen.org/ipr/

Interlochen Public Radio, established in 1963, is a network of public radio stations in Northern Michigan. It broadcasts classical music and news on five stations in northwest lower Michigan. It is operated by the Interlochen Center for the Arts, with studios on the center's campus in Interlochen, Michigan; just outside Traverse City. It is an affiliate of National Public Radio and Public Radio International.

At one point early in the 2000s, IPR led the nation in annual listener support.[1] This was all the more remarkable because it is the second-smallest NPR member in Michigan, and one of the smallest in the entire NPR system.

Stations[edit]

Since 2000, IPR has operated a two-service network. "Classical IPR" (formerly known as "IPR Music Radio") provides classical music and hourly NPR news updates for three station. News and talk programming from NPR and other sources is also heard on three stations, branded as "IPR News Radio".

Classical IPR stations[edit]

Call sign Frequency
MHz
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
WIAA 88.7 Interlochen, Michigan 100,000 C FCC
WIAB 88.5 Mackinaw City, Michigan 20,000 C2 FCC
WICV 100.9 East Jordan, Michigan 2,800 A FCC

IPR News Radio stations[edit]

Call sign Frequency
MHz
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
WHBP 90.1 Harbor Springs, Michigan 1,200 C3 FCC
WICA 91.5 Traverse City, Michigan 4,000 C3 FCC
WLMN 89.7 Manistee, Michigan 15,000 C3 FCC

References[edit]

  1. ^ Archive of IPR Website

Sources[edit]

External links[edit]

http://www.interlochen.org/ipr/