IBOC by State: Louisiana (Jul 2009)
Ibiquity has a list of stations with licensed HD Radio technology and notes those on the air now. IBOC by state looks at various states and lists the stations making the transition. There are 24 stations in the Pelican State (also known as the Bayou State, Sugar State, and Sportsman's Paradise) broadcasting 37 HD Radio channels.
|Market||Station||HD1 Format||HD2 Format||HD3 Format||Owner|
|Alexandria||KLSA-FM 90.7||News/Classical||Classical||News/ Talk||Louisiana State University|
|Baton Rouge||KQXL-FM 106.5||Urban AC||-||-||Citadel|
|Baton Rouge||KRVE-FM 96.1||Lite Rock||My||-||Clear Channel|
|Baton Rouge||KYRK-FM 104.1||Rock||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Baton Rouge||WFMF-FM 102.5||Top 40||New CHR||-||Clear Channel|
|Baton Rouge||WRKF-FM 89.3||News/ Info||News/ Talk||-||Public Radio|
|Baton Rouge||WSKR-AM 1210||Sports||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Baton Rouge||WYNK-FM 101.5||Country||New Country||-||Clear Channel|
|Baton Rouge||WYPY-FM 100.7||Country||-||-||Guaranty Broadcasting Company|
|Hammond||KSLU-FM 90.9||AAA||Blues||-||Southeastern Louisiana University|
|Lafayette||KRVS-FM 88.7||Variety||-||-||University of Louisiana at Lafayette|
|Lafayette||KTDY-FM 99.9||80s and 90s||-||-||Regent|
|Monroe||KEDM-FM 90.3||Variety||-||-||Northeast Louisiana University|
|New Orleans||WBSN-FM 89.1||Christian Contemporary||-||-||Providence Educational Foundation|
|New Orleans||WBYU-AM 1450||Family Hits||-||-||Radio Disney|
|New Orleans||WNOE-FM 101.1||Country||Foggy Mountain||-||Clear Channel|
|New Orleans||WQUE-FM 93.3||Hip Hop||Classic Hip-Hop||-||Clear Channel|
|New Orleans||WRNO-FM 99.5||News/ Talk||Classic Alternative||-||Clear Channel|
|New Orleans||WWNO-FM 89.9||Classical/NPR||-||-||Louisiana State University|
|New Orleans||WWL-FM 105.3||News/ Talk/ Sports||Blues||-||Entercom Communications Corp.|
|New Orleans||WWOZ-FM 90.7||Variety||-||-||WWOZ|
|New Orleans||WYLD-FM 98.5||Rhythm/ Blues||-||--||Clear Channel|
|Shreveport||KDAQ-FM 89.9||News/Classical||Classical||News/ Talk||Louisiana State University|
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