91.5 WCNH / 89.1 HD2 listening area (listen online and via mobile app everywhere)
New Hampshire Public Radio has teamed up with Highland Community Broadcasting to make classical music more readily available around the Granite State. This collaboration allows an expansion of services in the Capital Region and enables both organizations to take advantage of new technologies now available on HD Radio and online.
ClassicalNH is transmitted by WCNH Concord 91.5, WEVO Concord 89.1 HD2, online through a webstream and by mobile app. The partnership will extend the WCNH classical music experience beyond Concord and provide listeners with access to a newly implemented 24-hour music service.
Long-time Highland’s general manager, Harry Kozlowski, coordinates and hosts programming from the state-of-the-art studios at NHPR’s broadcast headquarters on Pillsbury Street in Concord. Kozlowski’s work is supported by NHPR’s Abby Goldstein, Vice President for Programming, and assisted by NHPR extensive operations, production and engineering teams.
NHPR facilitates underwriting and membership programs for Classical NH. For information on these programs contact Alexandra Urbanowski, VP for Development & Marketing.
Since 1981, NHPR has shaped the media landscape in the Granite State and beyond. Our mission is to help create a more informed pubic, one challenged and enriched by a deeper understanding and appreciation of state, national and world events. NHPR is broadcast from 13 different sites, making it New Hampshire’s largest (and only) statewide radio news service. Every week NHPR is the choice of more than 170,000 listeners as a primary source of in-depth and intelligent news coverage. Each day NHPR delivers several hours of local news reported by NHPR’s award-winning News Department, locally produced shows such as The Exchange, Word of Mouth, The Folk Show and Something Wild, and national and world news from NPR and the BBC. NHPR is the exclusive outlet for NPR News in the Granite State and broadcast national weekly programs such as Car Talk, Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me! and This American Life.
About Highland Community Broadcasting:
Highland was created in the summer of 2000 by a local group of passionate music lovers. The mission was to create a full-time classical radio in the Concord, NH area. Highland applied for and launched low power FM station WCNH 94.7 in Concord in 2004. In 2011 a new higher-powered version of WCNH at 91.5 FM began transmitting from a hilltop in Bow, reaching a wider coverage area.