WSUF

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WSUF
City Noyack, New York
Broadcast area eastern Long Island, southern Connecticut
Slogan Your Station for NPR News and Classical Music
Frequency 89.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) See § Translators
Format FM/HD1: News/Talk, Classical Music
HD2: Classical Music
ERP 1,900 watts (hor.)
12,000 watts (ver.)
HAAT 109 meters (358 ft)
Class B1
Facility ID 58516
Transmitter coordinates 41°06′35.00″N 72°22′5.00″W / 41.1097222°N 72.3680556°W / 41.1097222; -72.3680556 (WSUF)
Callsign meaning SUFfolk County
Affiliations National Public Radio, Public Radio International, American Public Media
Owner Sacred Heart University
Sister stations WSHU (AM), WSHU-FM, WQQQ
Website www.wshu.org

WSUF (89.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to Noyack, New York and serves the eastern Long Island and New London, Connecticut area. It is owned by Sacred Heart University.

It broadcasts a classical music and news/talk radio format that includes programming from National Public Radio, Public Radio International, and American Public Media.[1] For most of the time, it acts as a full satellite of WSHU, though on Sunday mornings and afternoons it simulcasts WSHU-FM's classical programming.

The station was assigned the WSUF call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on October 1, 1993.[2]

Translators[edit]

Broadcast translators of WSUF
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class Transmitter coordinates FCC info Notes
W227AJ 93.3 Northford, Connecticut 10 179 m (587 ft) D 41°25′10″N 72°42′43″W / 41.41944°N 72.71194°W / 41.41944; -72.71194 (W227AJ) FCC Relays FM/HD1
W289AD 105.7 Selden, New York 250 143 m (469 ft) D 40°50′32″N 73°02′23″W / 40.84222°N 73.03972°W / 40.84222; -73.03972 (W289AD) FCC Relays FM/HD1
W298BN 107.5 Noyack, New York 250 104.5 m (343 ft) D 40°58′19″N 72°20′54″W / 40.97194°N 72.34833°W / 40.97194; -72.34833 (W298BN) FCC Relays HD2

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Archived from the original on March 1, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. Retrieved December 21, 2016. 

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