North State Public Radio

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North State Public Radio
Broadcast area Northern California
Branding North State Public Radio
Frequency KCHO: 91.7 MHz
KFPR: 88.9 MHz
Format Public Radio
ERP KCHO: 7,700 watts
KFPR: 750 watts
HAAT KCHO: 372 meters
KFPR: 1,091 meters
Class KCHO: B
KFPR: C1
Transmitter coordinates KCHO:39°57′30″N 121°42′48″W / 39.95833°N 121.71333°W / 39.95833; -121.71333
KFPR:40°36′10″N 122°38′38″W / 40.60278°N 122.64389°W / 40.60278; -122.64389
Callsign meaning KCHO: K CHicO
Owner California State University, Chico
Webcast Listen Live
Website mynspr.org

North State Public Radio (KCHO 91.7 Chico/KFPR 88.9 Redding) is an NPR-affiliated public radio broadcaster which has main stations in the Northern California cities of Redding and Chico. It airs news and public affairs, classical music, talk radio and jazz programs. With the help of a number of relay transmitters, NSPR's signal covers a large portion of the North State region, including the cities of Red Bluff, Oroville, Paradise, Anderson, and Shasta Lake City.

Translators[edit]

In addition to the main station, KCHO is relayed by an additional six translators to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
K265AA 100.9 Chester, California 25 watts D FCC
K209AY 89.7 Chester, California 9 watts D FCC
K252AL 98.3 Chester, California 9 watts D FCC
K259AW 99.7 Hayfork, California 10 watts D FCC
K222AQ 92.3 Oroville, California 250 watts D FCC
K208BJ 89.5 Weaverville, California 76 watts D FCC

In addition to the main station, KFPR is relayed by an additional three translators to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
K220EB 91.9 Burney, California 10 watts D FCC
K222BR 92.3 Dunsmuir, California 10 watts D FCC
K214BS 90.7 Yreka, California 10 watts D FCC

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