KUNI (FM)

KUNI (FM)

Infobox Radio station
name = KUNI


city = Cedar Falls, Iowa
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branding = "Iowa Public Radio"
frequency = 90.9 MHz HD Radio
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format = News Talk Information
power =
erp = 100,000 watts
haat = 524.0 meters
class = C
facility_id = 69158
coordinates = coord|42|18|59.00|N| 91|51|31.00|W|region:US_type:city
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owner = University of Northern Iowa
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website = [http://www.kuniradio.org kuniradio.org]
affiliations = American Public Media, National Public Radio, Public Radio International

KUNI-FM (90.9 MHz) is a radio station owned and operated by the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. It is the NPR outlet for Eastern Iowa. KUNI's transmitter is in Walker, Iowa, with its primary signal covering Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, and Iowa City. KUNI's programming is simulcast on KUNY 91.5 FM and KRNI 1010 AM in Mason City. KUNI also has four low-power FM translators: K233AA (94.5 FM) in Davenport, K254AE (98.7 FM) in Dubuque, K269EJ (101.7 FM) in Des Moines, and K274AA (102.1 FM) in Eldridge. [cite web|author=University of Northern Iowa|title=KUNI/KHKE Station Info|url=http://www.kuniradio.org/info.html|accessdate=2008-01-26]

Programming is mostly NPR feed, with some KUNI produced music programs in the evenings and on weekends. It is now a part of Iowa Public Radio, operating with the other two public radio station clusters at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University.

Announcer Bob Dorr has been involved with the station since 1972, producing programs of classic rock and roll recordings and live concerts featuring Iowa talent. He is also a harmonica player and heads the blues band, [http://www.theblueband.com The Blue Band] ; which was inducted into the [http://www.iowarocknroll.com Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of Fame] in 2007.

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External links

* [http://www.kuniradio.org KUNI-FM]
*fmq|KUNI


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