Classical South Florida announced that it is expanding its public radio service in Palm Beach County. On September 14, 2011, WPBI 90.7 FM began broadcasting an all-classical music format, with NPR News headlines heard during morning and evening drive times.
News fans in the region hear a new public radio service at a different frequency – 101.9 FM – and via HD Radio on 90.7 HD2. All Classical South Florida programming is also available via live webstream at classicalsouthflorida.org.
“We know that public radio fans are devoted and curious, and that they appreciate arts and cultural programming,” said Doug Evans, CSF president and general manager. “By creating a brand new, 24/7 public radio news service and an all-classical music service, we’re giving listeners more choices and a greater variety of programming. We’re proud to make this additional contribution to the cultural fabric of our community.”
Classical South Florida (CSF) is a member-supported, nonprofit 501(c)(3) public radio organization dedicated to broadcasting classical music and public affairs programming. Its program schedule includes broadcasts of nationally renowned classical programs such as Performance Today®, SymphonyCast®, Pipedreams® and other public radio favorites. CSF began broadcasting in South Florida in October 2007. Its program service is broadcast on WKCP 89.7 FM Miami/Fort Lauderdale, on a translator at 101.9 FM in West Palm Beach and on WPBI 90.7 in West Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast.
The complete programming schedules for all Classical South Florida services can be found at classicalsouthflorida.org.
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