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CityNashville, Tennessee
Broadcast areaNashville, Tennessee
BrandingClassical 91 One
Frequency91.1 MHz
FormatClassical music
ERP10,000 watts
HAAT212 meters
Facility ID69816
Transmitter coordinates36°8′27.00″N 86°51′56.00″W / 36.1408333°N 86.8655556°W / 36.1408333; -86.8655556
OwnerNashville Public Radio
Sister stationsWPLN (AM), WPLN-FM
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteWFCL Online

WFCL (91.1 FM) is a non-commercial radio station in Nashville, Tennessee. The station is owned by Nashville Public Radio, the licensee of Nashville's main NPR member stations, WPLN-FM-AM.


From 1971 to June 7, 2011, the 91.1 FM frequency was occupied by Vanderbilt University's WRVU, a college radio station. The University's student communications division made the decision to sell the station, despite public outcry, because of declining student participation and the desire to establish an endowment fund for VU's other student media. Nashville Public Radio, which had long been exploring the possibility of making WPLN-FM a full-time news and talk outlet, decided to purchase WRVU for $3.35 million in order to air the station's classical music library. The FCC approved the purchase and license transfer on March 18, 2014, and the transaction was consummated on May 22, 2014.

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