WFWM Public Radio

WFWM 30th Anniversary

WFWM Radio is a public service of Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland. It broadcasts informational, educational, and cultural programming 24 hours a day to the westernmost counties of Maryland and adjacent areas in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

WFWM operates at an assigned frequency of 91.9 MHz, with studios located in the Stangle Building on the campus of Frostburg State University. It also operates a translator station, W242AD (96.3 MHz), in Oakland, Maryland. Main transmission facilities are located on Dan's Mountain in Midland, Maryland. WFWM also maintains and assists XFSR, the FSU student intranet radio station.

Programming on WFWM includes locally-originated and acquired news and features from National Public Radio (NPR), the Associated Press, and National Weather Service. WFWM's formats include Classical, Jazz, Big Band, Blues, Celtic, Bluegrass, and Alternative.

WFWM operates under the auspices of the FSU Division of Communications and Media Relations.

Phone: 301-687-4143 Address: Frostburg State University
Frostburg, MD 21532
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