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Wyoming Public Media's Classical Wyoming and Jazz Wyoming networks expanded this week with the addition of service to Thermopolis, Riverton and much of north-central Wyoming on KUWT 91.3 FM Thermopolis and to Cheyenne over KUWR 91.9 FM.
The transmitters are now broadcasting Classical Wyoming on their digital HD-2 signal and Jazz Wyoming on HD-3.
"Several years ago Wyoming Public Media invested in the digital conversion of its statewide network of transmitters," says Program Director Roger Adams. "This allowed us to launch all-classical and all-jazz networks using digital HD (hybrid digital) technology. We have added service to more areas of the state."
Classical Wyoming provides the classics 24 hours daily with news headlines from the BBC each hour. It is now available at:
Casper -- On an HD radio, KUWC 91.3-2;
Cheyenne -- On an HD radio, KUWR 91.9-2;
Jackson -- On an HD radio, KUWJ 90.3-2;
Laramie -- On any radio, KUWY 88.5 FM and on an HD radio KUWR 91.9-2;
Rock Springs -- On any radio, KZUW 88.5 FM;
Thermopolis/Riverton -- On an HD radio, KUWT 91.3-2.
Anywhere -- Streaming online at www.classicalwyoming.org.
Jazz Wyoming offers jazz 24 hours daily with National Public Radio news headlines at the top of each hour. It is available at:
Casper -- On an HD radio, KUWC 91.3-3;
Cheyenne -- On an HD radio, KUWR 91.9-3;
Laramie -- On any radio, KUWL 90.1 FM and on an HD radio, KUWR 91.9-3;
Thermopolis /Riverton -- On an HD radio, KUWT 91.3-3;
Anywhere -- Streaming online at www.jazzwyoming.org.
Information about HD radio and suggestions on radio models (portable, tabletop, auto and component) and program schedules for Classical Wyoming and Jazz Wyoming are on WPM's Web site: www.wyomingpublicradio.net.
Wyoming Public Media is a service of the University of Wyoming. For more information, call Adams at (307) 766-3587, e-mail email@example.com.