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City Athens, Ohio
Broadcast area [1]
Branding Ohio University Public Radio
Frequency 91.3 MHz
First air date December 13, 1949 (originally carrier current 1942-49)
Format public radio
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 150 meters
Class B
Owner Ohio University
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.woub.org
The Radio/Television Building at Ohio University, where WOUB is broadcast

WOUB-FM is a radio station in the United States, broadcasting at FM 91.3 in Athens, Ohio. The station, owned by Ohio University, is a National Public Radio member station.[1] WOUB-FM is the flagship station of a five-station network, Ohio University Public Radio.

WOUB debuted in 1942 as WOUI, a carrier current station broadcasting from Ewing Hall on the Ohio U. campus. It became a full-fledged station on December 13, 1949. Sometime in the early 1960s, it changed its calls to WOUB-FM.

The station also serves most of southern and southeastern Ohio, plus portions of neighboring West Virginia and Kentucky, through a network of repeater stations:

Callsign Frequency City of license Broadcast Area First air date Former callsigns
WOUC-FM 89.1. FM Cambridge, Ohio [2] December 19, 1985 none
WOUH-FM 91.9 FM Chillicothe, Ohio [3] October 4, 1991 WVZF (to December 1991; may not have been used on-air)
WOUL-FM 89.1 FM Ironton, Ohio [4] December 29, 1986 none
WOUZ-FM 90.1 FM Zanesville, Ohio [5] October 9, 1992 none

Ohio University Public Radio also operates WOUB AM 1340, which offers a public radio schedule different from FM.



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Coordinates: 39°18′54″N 82°09′00″W / 39.315°N 82.150°W / 39.315; -82.150