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City Frostburg, Maryland
Broadcast area Frostburg, Maryland
Cumberland, Maryland
Frequency 91.9 MHz
Format Public radio
ERP 1,300 watts
HAAT 434.0 meters
Class B1
Facility ID 22791
Transmitter coordinates 39°34′54.00″N 78°53′53.00″W / 39.5816667°N 78.8980556°W / 39.5816667; -78.8980556
Former callsigns WGTK (1984-1984)
Affiliations National Public Radio
Owner Frostburg State University

Radio Station WFWM is a public broadcast radio station headquartered at Frostburg State University in the Stangle Building. WFWM provides 24 hours of cultural and educational programming to the western most area of Maryland and adjacent areas of West Virginia and Pennsylvania. WFWM's main transmitter is located on Dans Mountain in Midland, Maryland and operates at a frequency of 91.9 MHz. A secondary transmitter is located in Oakland, Maryland and operates at a frequency of 96.3 MHz.

Some of WFWM's daily programming includes: locally produced programming and news as well as the public syndicate network of National Public Radio (NPR), the Associated Press, and National Weather Service. WFWM's musical programming includes: Classical, Jazz, Big Band, Blues, Celtic, Bluegrass, World, and Alternative, but most of its time is devoted to NPR and PRI news and talk programming and classical music. To provide experiential learning opportunities in radio operations for students, WFWM also hosts a student-run station called XFSR, Frostburg Student Radio. XFSR is an intranet radio station only broadcasting over the Frostburg State University network and not on the internet.


The station went on the air as WGTK on 1984-05-17. On 1984-06-19, the station changed its call sign to the current WFWM.[1]


In addition to the main station, WFWM is relayed by an additional translator to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W242AD 96.3 Oakland, Maryland 100 D FCC


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