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WFYI-FM ( 90.1) is the National Public Radio member station in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is operated by Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting, a public broadcasting community licensee which also operates the area's PBS member station, WFYI Public Television via on-air digital channels 20.1, 20.2 and 20.3. WFYI-FM operates on a broadcast frequency of 90.1FM and is available on high-digital radio receivers, as 90.1 HD2 (90.1-2), nicknamed "The Point". HD 1 is marketed as "News/Talk and HD2 as "World/Variety". [1 ]
IPS sold the station to MIPB in 1988, and that March 15 it became
WFYI programming can also be heard on WNDY FM in Crawfordsville.
WFYI 90.1 FM Public Radio carries services for the print-impaired via the Internet and a subcarrier ( SCA) broadcast signal. Indiana Reading and Information Services (IRIS) was previously named Central Indiana Radio Reading Inc (CIRRI). [2 ]
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Coordinates: 39°54′00″N 86°12′00″W / 39.900°N 86.200°W