WVIA FM adds frequency translator 95.7 in Selinsgrove | WVIA

WVIA FM adds frequency translator 95.7 in Selinsgrove

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PITTSTON, Pa. – Now WVIA FM listeners in the Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania can also listen to public radio on 95.7 FM.

 

The addition of WVIA-FM at 95.7 FM at its Selinsgrove translator site is being made to better serve the WVIA listeners and members in the region.  

 

Many area listeners tune in to WVIA FM for NPR news programs “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered,” plus “Fresh Air,” “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me,” “Car Talk” and “A Prairie Home Companion.”  Listeners also enjoy classical music weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and local programming such as “ArtScene” with Erika Funke, “All That Jazz” and “Mixed Bag” with George Graham, and “Music from St. Stephen’s.”

 

WVIA FM, can also be found at 89.9 FM throughout northeast PA, 99.3 FM in Allentown, 105.7 FM in Bethlehem, 90.3 FM in Clarks Summit, 100.1 FM in Lewisburg, 89.7 FM (WVYA) in Williamsport, 89.3 FM in south central PA, 88.3 FM in Mainsburg, 91.5 FM (WPAU) in the Palmyra Township/Hawley/Lake Wallenpaupack region, 94.9 FM in Pottsville, 94.3 FM in Stroudsburg/East Stroudsburg, 105.7 FM in Sunbury, and 103.5 FM in Wellsboro. WVIA FM can also be heard via an online stream at http://www.wvia.org/radio/listen-live.

 

WVIA Public Media Mission:

WVIA Public Media is a catalyst, convener and educator, using media, partnerships, ideas and programs to advance the best attributes of an enlightened society. Learn more, wvia.org.

 

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