WBTN 94.3 is a media broadcaster dedicated to serve the audience of Bennington, Vermont. It is also familiar in the market by its brand name “Vermont Public Radio.” The domestic audience enjoys its programming on the FM signal of 94.3 MHz as well as on HD radio. Its translator broadcaster serves the audience of South Bennington, Vermont 93.5 MHz. Its fans from the overseas community enjoy it over the internet. You can access the channel anytime, or any day, the services of the broadcaster are available for you 24/7. For high availability and carry out daily tasks, it requires 3,000 watts of power.
The station act as an affiliate for National Public Radio, American Public Media, and Public Radio International. The channel started its broadcasting on the 21st of August 1978, offering adult contemporary format programming. Initially, it was called by the name of WHGC and marketed by the same name till 1997. After that, it started to market by the name of WBTN-FM. Vermont Public Radio acquired the station in 1999 and currently working to make it a prominent name in the market. According to current rankings, the channel categorized as A class operator.
The station works as a not-for-profit organization and solely depends on fundings of its beloved fans, not only from domestic areas but people from outside of the local regions also support the broadcaster financially. The social media team of the channel is also very responsive, so you can also follow WBTN 94.3 over there.