WLRH, branded as WLRH 89.3 FM/HD Huntsville” is the first Public Radio station of Alabama. Owned by Alabama Educational Television Commission, the station airs a classic music/news format. It carries programming from Public Radio Exchange, American Public Media, NPR Radio, and other media outlets of national fame. WLRH covers an area approximately 60 miles from its transmitter on Monte Sano, including south-central Tennessee, north-central Alabama and, as well as Fort Payne through a translator. The service also streams online for worldwide listeners.
About WLRH 89.3 FM/HD Huntsville:
The station’s audience is an educated and professionals population, including entrepreneurs, technicians, and engineers. WLRH has three H D carriers. HD1 is a digital channel of the principal WLRH signal, HD2 is a 24/7 classical music channel, and HD3 airs news/talk programming. It is a non-commercial, listener-supported radio station service. W283CM (104.5) is its translator in Fort Payne. The station’s slogan is “Music, News, and Community Programming for Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley,” whereas its call sign means “Library Radio Huntsville.”
It carries news, music, and entertainment programming from its affiliates.
The famous on-sir shows of the service include:
Sundials Writers Corner
The Public Radio Hour
Network Programs A-Z
The Invisible City
Talkin’ The Blues
Reelin’ In The Years
Moments in American History
WLRH is a class C1 FM/HD service with facility ID 719. Operating with 100,000 Watts ERP, the station transmits multiple digital channels from a directional antenna. Its predicted coverage area is 30 miles in local areas while 60 miles in distant regions. Its transmitting coordinates are 34.737035, -86.529158. The F.C.C. granted it the license to broadcast on March 07, 2014, which would expire on April 1, 2020.
Station Address: U.A.H. Campus, John Wright Dr, Huntsville, AL 35899
LOCAL Line: (256) 895-9574
TOLL-FREE Line:(800) 239-9574
Email ID: email@example.com
Official Website: https://wlrh.org