WDPR

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Coordinates: 39°43′16.00″N 84°15′0.00″W / 39.7211111°N 84.2500000°W / 39.7211111; -84.2500000

WDPR
City of license Dayton, Ohio
Broadcast area Dayton, Ohio
Frequency 88.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date November 11, 1985
Format Classical, Public Radio
Audience share 1.3 (FALL 2007, RRC[1])
ERP 600 watts
HAAT 238.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 61582
Transmitter coordinates 39°43′16.00″N 84°15′0.00″W / 39.7211111°N 84.2500000°W / 39.7211111; -84.2500000
Owner Dayton Public Radio
Sister stations WDPG Greenville
(89.9 mHz)
Webcast Listen Live
Website discoverclassical.org

WDPR (88.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Dayton, Ohio, serving the greater Dayton area. The station, which plays classical music, is currently owned by Dayton Public Radio.[2][3] It signed on in 1985 at 89.5, moving to 88.1 in 1998.

WDPR also is heard at 89.9 mHz as Greenville repeater WDPG reaching the northern portion of the Miami Valley with 50,000 watts. WDPG was founded in 1985 after the demise of the former WGVO (91.9 mHz), which was operated by the Greenville City Schools. WDPR's old transmitter at 89.5 only operated at 6,000 watts to protect Louisville's WFPL at nearby 89.3. Its current transmitter at 88.1 only operates at 600 watts to protect WNAS in New Albany, Indiana; also at 88.1.

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