WRWA 88.7 FM

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WRWA 88.7 FM branded as Troy University Public Radio is a radio service licensed to cover Dothan, Alabama. Established in 1986, the station is owned and managed by Troy University. As a radio partner of Troy University Public Radio network, it carries NPR Radio, news, talk shows, and classical music programming. In addition, it is also affiliated with American Public Radio and Public Radio International.


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About WRWA 88.7 FM:

The station first went on-air in 1986. It serves its audience in the tri-state listening area comprising southwest Georgia, central and southeast Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle. The station’s 24/7 online stream serves the audience worldwide. WTJB and WTSU are its sister stations. The FCC assigned it to the call letters WRWA on 7/20/1985.

WRWA 88.7 FM

Programming:

WRWA’s broadcast comprises local as well as NRP production. The following is a list of some of the hit shows on the channel on weekdays:

A Prairie Home Companion
All Things Considered
Beale Street Caravan
Car Talk (NPR)
Living on Earth
Marketplace
NPR’s Morning Edition
Piano Jazz
Swingin’ Down the Lane
The Thistle & Shamrock

Weekend

Weekend Radio
On Point
To the Best of our Knowledge
Zorba Paster On Your Health
SymphonyCast, Folk Sampler
Chicago Symphony
Live at the Concertgebouw
Alabama News
NPR Noon Report,
WTSU Morning Edition

Technical Detail:

WRWA is a class C3 FM station with the facility ID 68185. The service operates with an ERP, 50,000 Watts. From a non-directional antenna with 143 meters HAAT, it transmits a digital signal. The station’s local listening range is 20 miles, whereas the distant range is 50 miles. Its transmitting coordinates are 31.208508, -85.614101. The FCC assigned it the license to broadcast on May 19, 1986, which would expire on April 1, 2020.

Contact Details:

Address: Troy UniversityWallace HallTroy, Alabama 36082USA
Phone: (800) 800-6616
Fax: 334-670-3934
Email ID: publicradio@troy.edu
Official Website: http://troypublicradio.org/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TroyUniversity