|Broadcast area||Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex|
|Branding||Classical 101 WRR|
|Frequency||101.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)|
|First air date||1920 on AM
1948 on FM 101.1
|Audience share||1.3 (February 2017, Nielsen Audio)|
|Callsign meaning||None-merely a sister FM to the former WRR 1310|
|Former callsigns||WRR-FM (1948-1978)|
|Owner||City of Dallas|
WRR (101.1 FM, "Classical 101") is a municipally-owned radio station, owned by the city of Dallas, Texas, that broadcasts a classical music format. The station's studios are located in the Fair Park complex in South Dallas and the transmitter site is in Cedar Hill. WRR is broadcasting with its maximum allowed power of 100,000 watts.
WRR (AM), now known as KTCK), began broadcasting via AM in 1920  and received its license and call letters on March 13, 1922. In 1948, WRR-FM received its first FM license. After WRR 1310 was sold and its callsign changed, WRR-FM changed its callsign to WRR.
Despite its public ownership, WRR is a commercial station and sells advertising. Over the years, private broadcasters in the Dallas-Fort Worth market have made numerous but unsuccessful calls for privatizing the station.
KTCK 1310, formerly WRR (AM), is the oldest commercially operated radio station in Texas  It is one of the oldest radio stations in the U.S., although KDKA in Pittsburgh is usually credited with being the first commercial radio station. Due to its early origins, WRR has only three call letters and they begin with a "W," dating from the early 1920s when stations in Texas were given call signs that started with "W." Today in Texas, four letter call signs beginning with a "K" are the norm.
WRR broadcasts an "HD Radio" iBiquity Digital signal.
The station is the starting point of John Peel's radio career. Peel, who later became a British disc jockey, notably covered the arraignment hearing of Lee Harvey Oswald shortly before Oswald was shot and killed.
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- "About WRR". WRR Classical 101.1 FM. Retrieved July 17, 2013.
- http://www.hdradio.com/station_guides/widget.php?id=10 HD Radio Guide for Dallas-Ft. Worth
- Nicholson, Eric (February 12, 2013). "At WRR, Dallas' Classical Music Station, Employees Blame the Bloodletting on City Hall". Dallas Observer. Dallas, TX: Voice Media Group. Retrieved February 12, 2013.