KRCU & KSEF are 2 NPR member radio stations. The stations are branded as "KRCU" and play classical music, with other programs in the fields of news & light entertainment.
KRCU is licensed to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on 90.9 FM, signed on with 10 watts of power, as a college station, in March 1976. In 1981, KRCU increased power to 100 watts. In 1988, KRCU began transitioning to a public radio format. In 1992, KRCU increased power again, this time to 6,000 watts. Today, KRCU broadcasts classical music during the day, news from NPR during the morning & afternoon commutes, jazz programming on Friday nights, entertainment on weekends, & American Public Media's Classical 24 during the night.