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Adding classical in Wilmington NC

Station WQHR in Wilmington is getting ready to go to 24 hours of classical music 1t 5:30 pm on September 16th.  The link to

The non-commercial, around-the-clock station will join the newly expanded non-commercial news and information station 91.3 FM WHQR News.
The classical signal frequency and full program grids for both stations will be announced Sept. 16 by news release and at Tuesday’s news release said the classical station will feature Jemila Ericson, Pat Marriott, favorite syndicated programs “and music, music, music.”

We hope both our classical fans and our news and information listeners will love the hugely expanded service. We like to think that we’re now giving listeners 48 hours of great radio a day,” said Cleve Callison, station manager for WHQR, in the news release.

One Response to Adding classical in Wilmington NC

  1. brian September 10, 2014 at 4:20 pm #

    I am guessing WHQR HD2 classical will simulcast on a translator or 2. Possibly on the 96.7 Wilmington, NC construction permit. And eventually W272CV 102.3 Myrtle Beach, SC. If so it will be a much weaker signal than the 100,000 watt current signal and not covering nearing as much area. But for those without an HD radio that is better than nothing. And 24 hours a day is nice rather than half the day.

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