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Public Radio 90

This is a copy of Public Radio 90 WNMU-FM's Recording Release form.  If you are inquiring about a musical recording feature on Public Radio 90, please fill out this form and email to Kurt Hauswirth.

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Public Radio 90 will be off the air for a few hours Friday as back-up power sources are installed at our main transmitter site.  The transmitter will be shut down at 10:00 a.m. and should be back on by 2:00 p.m.  

The outage will affect listeners who use conventional FM radios. But listeners can still tune in to Charter Cable channel 20, listen online at www.wnmufm.org, and access Public Radio apps on their mobile phones.

The new equipment will ensure Public Radio 90’s over-the-air broadcast is more dependable. 

MARQUETTE, MI--   WNMU Public Broadcasting is taking a direct hit as a result of sequestration. 

At a forum Tuesday, university officials said $36,999 in federal funding is being cut to Public TV 13, while Public Radio 90 will see a $7,391 reduction, for a total of $44,390 in cuts. 

Vice President for Finance and Administration Gavin Leach outlined other effects of sequestration at NMU, including a $40,000 cut this fall to Student Support Services, Upward Bound math and science programs, and the McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program. 

A History of Public Radio 90

Feb 28, 2013