Vermont Public Radio WVPR 89.5 airs the show is a public radio of Windsor, Vermont broadcasting its contents on the frequency of 89.5 MHz for people of Southern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. It not only targets the domestic audience but also broadcast its shows for the international audience, making it quite impressive broadcaster in both local and international market. The ERP utilized by the station is estimated to be 1,700 watts.
The first signal of Vermont Public Radio WVPR 89.5 was aired in 1977 and currently known among the listeners with a very positive response. Its callsign is obvious from its owner “Vermont Public Radio”. The local audience is entertained through transmitter located at Mount Ascutney, Vermont. Two of its translators W227CA and W258AZ covers the areas of Rupert, Vermont at 93.3 MHz with an ERP of 10w and Newbury, Vermont at 99.5 MHz with ERP consumption of 10w.
The contents of the station are mostly related to community updates, news feeds, talk shows, entertainment, weather and traffic updates, jazz music, classical stuff, and other related shows. NPR, Public Radio International, and American Public Media provide it the affiliation license to air their shows as well. WVPR work as a not-for-profit organization since they charge nothing for their services so fans can assist them through their donations. You are welcomed to join the channel on their social media hubs.