WMRA

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WMRA is a public radio formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Harrisonburg, Virginia with a Crozet translator, WMRY, that broadcasts in Charlottesville on 103.5 on 280 watts. [1] [2]

The network broadcasts primarily NPR news and talk programming, with classical music weekday evenings, and folk and blues on the weekends, along with programs such as Car Talk and A Prairie Home Companion. WMRA is owned and operated by James Madison University.

It went on the air in 1969[citation needed] and also carries programs the BBC World Service, Public Radio International, and American Public Media.


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References

  1. Web. WMRA-FM 90.7 MHz, Radio Locator, retrieved November 8, 2016.
  2. Web. WMRY-FM 103.5 MHz, Radio Locator, retrieved November 8, 2016.

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