|City of license||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Broadcast area||University of Pennsylvania
University City Neighborhood
|First air date||1981|
|Callsign meaning||W Philadelphia Educational Broadcasting|
|Owner||Scribe Video Center, Inc.|
Due to WPEB's low wattage, the station only serves West Philadelphia and the University City Neighborhood. WPEB is owned and operated by Scribe Video Center, Inc.
WPEB began in 1981 in studios located in the basement of Calvary Church on 48th Street at Baltimore Avenue.
In early 2008, Philadelphia saw the rebirth of WPEB 88.1 FM.. In its first stage, the new WPEB is being stewarded by Scribe Video Center. Partnering with Scribe are two West Philadelphia-based organizations in particular, the Philadelphia Independent Media Center (Philly IMC) and the Prometheus Radio Project, and a growing variety of community and cultural groups. WPEB provides a much needed local, progressive, and accountable media outlet to serve as a voice for West Philadelphia’s many communities. The station provides a forum for community based organizations and be a place to discuss the issues that affect us, play music not heard on mainstream media, and promote education and creative substantive expression.
WPEB is one of very few Class D FM stations still on the air. It also is the lowest power full-power broadcast radio station, with only 1 watt of power.
- 88.1 WPEB-FM Online
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WPEB
- Radio-Locator information on WPEB
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WPEB
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