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WKSU Adds HD-4 Stream
Kent, OH - Jun 9, 2010 - WKSU has added a new HD Radio channel to station broadcasts. WKSU HD-4 news and information joins WKSU HD-1 (the general on-air programming mix), WKSU HD-2: Folk Alley and WKSU HD-3: The Classical Channel.
The station is the first public radio station to provide a fourth HD Radio program stream. WKSU began transmitting an HD Radio signal in 2004. WKSU is now broadcasting four HD Radio channels over 89.7 WKSU, 89.3 WKRW (Wooster, OH), 91.5 WKRJ (New Philadelphia, OH), 89.1 WKSV (Thompson, OH) and 90.7 WNRK (Norwalk, OH).
The HD-4 is devoted to news and information programming from WKSU, NPR, the BBC and other public radio sources. The programming schedule also includes programs not available on the radio in the Cleveland market, such as To the Point, Here and Now, On Point and To the Best of Our Knowledge.
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