Northwest Public Radio Can Be Heard Around the World Via the Web

PULLMAN, Wash. — No matter where you are in the world, if you have Web access, you can now listen to Northwest Public Radio.

NWPR’s National Public Radio news and classical music programming services are now audio streamed to the Web, according to Roger Johnson, NWPR station manager. Visit and click on “listen now.”

In addition to being able to access NWPR while out of broadcast range of its 12 stations, Johnson said, “we’ve heard from many listeners in the different communities we serve who have asked for both of our programming services. By visiting our Web site, they can listen to both of our services online” using the Windows Media Player.

NWPR is licensed to Washington State University.

National Public Radio and Classical Music service on NWPR features a combination of NPR news programs including Morning Edition and All Things Considered; music — classical during the week, along with folk, jazz, and blues on the weekend; and entertainment programs including Car Talk and A Prairie Home Companion.

The NPR News Station service features on NWPR include Morning Edition and All Things Considered, along with other news/talk programs including the Diane Rehm Show and Talk of the Nation; and weekend entertainment programs including Car Talk, Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me and Michael Feldman’s Whad’ Ya Know.

NWPR National Public Radio news stations are KWSU 1250 AM, Pullman-Moscow, Idaho; KLWS 91.5 FM, Moses Lake-Ephrata; KWWS 89.7 FM, Walla Walla-Tri-Cities; and KQWS 90.1 FM, Omak.

NWPR National Public Radio and classical music stations are KFAE 89.1 FM, Tri-Cities; KRFA 91.7 FM, Pullman-Moscow, Idaho; KNWR 90.7 FM, Ellensburg-Wenatchee-Moses Lake; KNWY 90.3 FM, Yakima; KNWO 90.1 FM, Cottonwood-Grangeville, Idaho; KNWV 90.5 FM, Clarkston-Lewiston, Idaho; KZAZ 91.7 FM, Bellingham-Anacortes; and KNWP 90.1 FM, Port Angeles-Victoria, B.C., Canada.