North Country Public Radio

North Country Public Radio
North Country Public Radio
Broadcast area North Country, New York and bordering areas of Vermont, Ontario and Quebec
Branding NCPR
Slogan Stories. Music. Life.
Frequency 89.5 FM WSLU Canton
(flagship station)
88.1 FM WSLZ Cape Vincent
88.1 FM WXLU Peru
88.3 FM WXLS Tupper Lake
88.9 FM WSLJ Watertown
89.9 FM WXLG North Creek
90.5 FM WSLL Saranac Lake
90.5 FM WSLG Gouverneur
90.5 FM WXLQ Bristol, VT
90.9 FM WSLO Malone
91.3 FM WXLH Blue Mountain Lake
91.7 FM WXLB Boonville
91.7 FM WXLL Lake Placid
Translator(s) see below
First air date 1968
Format Public Radio
ERP WSLU - 40 kW horiz, 38 kW vert
WXLU - 1,000 watts
WSLJ - 200 watts
WXLG - 200 watts
WSLL - 600 watts
WSLG - 2,000 watts
WXLQ - 223 watts
WSLO - 200 watts
WXLH - 78 watts
WXLL - 100 watts
HAAT WSLU - 91 meters (299 ft)
WXLU - 341 meters (1,119 ft)
WSLJ - 138 meters (453 ft)
WXLG - 608 meters (1,995 ft)
WSLL - 107 meters (351 ft)
WSLG - 63 meters (207 ft)
WXLQ - 323 meters (1,060 ft)
WSLO - 106 meters (348 ft)
WXLH - 527 meters (1,729 ft)
WXLL - −32 meters (−105.0 ft)
Class WSLU - C2
WXLU - C3
WSLJ - A
WXLG - C3
WSLL - A
WSLG - A
WXLQ - A
WSLO - A
WXLH - A
Callsign meaning W Saint Lawrence University and some variations thereof
WSL Jefferson County
WSL Gouverneur
WXL Hamilton County
WXL Boonville
WXL Lake Placid
Owner St. Lawrence University
Sister stations WREM
Webcast NCPR Webcast (M3U)
NCPR Webcast (PLS)
Website www.northcountrypublicradio.org

North Country Public Radio is a National Public Radio affiliate regional radio network headquartered in Canton, New York. The member-supported station was founded in 1968 and is a licensee of St. Lawrence University. Through a network of 30 FM transmitters and translators, it serves the Adirondack North Country region of New York, and parts of Western Vermont and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec with regional and national news, public affairs programs, and an eclectic variety of music.

In May 2011, North Country Public Radio also launched WREM, a radio station in Canton which offers a distinct program schedule sourced from Public Radio Exchange.[1]

Contents

Translators

WSLU

Translators of WSLU
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W212BQ 90.3 Morristown, New York 120 D FCC
W217AE 91.3 Alexandria Bay, New York 26 D FCC
W219BG 91.7 Long Lake, New York 9 D FCC

WXLU

Translators of WXLU
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W271AW 102.1 Jay, New York 10 D FCC

WSLJ

Translators of WSLJ
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W201CB 88.1 Lowville, New York 10 D FCC
W206BH 89.1 Lyons Falls, New York 13 D FCC
W230BG 93.9 Cape Vincent, New York 55 D FCC
W262BO 100.3 Clayton, New York 90 D FCC
W272BL 102.3 Carthage, New York 43 D FCC

WXLG

Translators of WXLG
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W207BP 97.5 Speculator, New York 10 D FCC
W224BI 92.7 Wells, New York 10 D FCC
W228BO 93.5 Lake George, New York 8 D FCC
W237BR 95.3 Schroon Lake, New York 110 D FCC
W247BJ 97.3 Glens Falls, New York 38 D FCC
W282AV 104.3 North Creek, New York 10 D FCC

WSLL

Translators of WSLL
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W205BW 88.9 Paul Smiths, New York 55 D FCC
W211BH 90.1 Keene, New York 10 D FCC
W242AZ 96.3 Keene Valley, New York 10 D FCC
W269BR 101.7 St. Huberts, New York 10 D FCC

WSLO

Translators of WSLO
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W271BH 102.1 Chateaugay, New York 10 D FCC

WXLH

Translators of WXLH
Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W204BJ 88.7 Old Forge, New York 19 D FCC
W247BB 97.3 Newcomb, New York 10 D FCC

References

  1. ^ "World Ends, NERW Rolls On". NorthEast Radio Watch, May 23, 2011.

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