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IBOC By State: New Hampshire (May 2011)
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 21 stations in the Granite State broadcasting 34 HD Radio channels.
|Market||Station||HD1 Format||HD2 Format||HD3 Format||Owner|
|Concord||WEVO-FM 89.1||News/Talk/Info||-||-||New Hampshire Public Radio|
|Concord||WEVS-FM 88.3||News/Talk/Info||-||-||New Hampshire Public Radio|
|Gorham||WEVC-FM 107.1||News/Talk/Info||-||-||New Hampshire Public Radio|
|Keene||WKNE-FM 103.7||AC/Top 40||Classic Rock||Oldies||Saga|
|Keene||WEVN-FM 90.7||News/Talk/Info||-||-||New Hampshire Public Radio|
|Keene||WZBK-AM 1220||Music of Your Life||-||-||Saga|
|Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction||WEVH-FM 91.3||News/Talk/Info||-||-||New Hampshire Public Radio|
|Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction||WVTQ-FM 95.1||Classical||-||-||Vermont Public Radio|
|Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction||WVPR-FM 89.5||NPR/News/Info||Classical||BBC World Service||Vermont Public Radio|
|Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction||WRVT-FM 88.7||NPR/News/Info||Classical||BBC World Service||Vermont Public Radio|
|Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction||WNCH-FM 88.1||Classical||Talk||BBC World Service||Vermont Public Radio|
|Manchester||WZID-FM 95.7||AC||Hot Hits||-||Saga|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WMYF-AM 1380||Nostalgia||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WSKX-FM 95.3||Top 40||Country||-||Clear Channel|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WHEB-FM 100.3||Rock||New Country||-||Clear Channel|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WERZ-FM 107.1||Top 40||Amy||-||Clear Channel|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WGIN-AM 930||News/Talk/Sports||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WQSO-FM 96.7||Oldies||Oldies||-||Clear Channel|
|Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester||WUNH-FM 91.3||Alternative||-||-||University of New Hampshire|
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