From the states of Miami and Florida, a news broadcaster WLRN-FM serve South Florida on the frequency of 91.3 MHz on the FM dial. The channel air public radio stuff like news updates, local weather updates, environment changes, pollical debates, music hits, to mention a few. The power consumption of the radio is 47,000 watts. The channel seems to be one of the largest content providers in the region. The station took assist from various broadcasters to increase its national coverage. Various organization provides affiliation to the channel like NPR, PRI, APM, BBC World Service.

WLRN-FM is serving since 1948 and currently ranked on the first spot in the state of Florida among other NPR stations with the weekly audience of almost 50,000. The radio started as WTHS-FM airing its programming on 91.7 MHz. Later in 1970, current adoption taken place. The callsign of the station stands for “We LeaRN.” Miami-Dade County Public Schools hold the ownership license of the station. WLRN-FM is a not-for-profit organization which is supported by its listeners, so if you’re willing, then you can donate them in order to grow their business. Fans can also join the channel over social media as well. Some programs featured in the daily schedule of the radio are

Morning Edition The Sunshine Economy 1A
On Point Fresh Air Sundial
Here and Now The World All Things Considered
BBC World Service Evenin’ Jazz with Tracy Fields On Being

You can visit to the official site of the radio here wlrn.org