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City of license Missoula, Montana
Branding Montana Public Radio
Slogan Makes Montana Sound As Good As It Looks
Frequency 89.1 (MHz)
Repeaters (see article)
Format Public radio
ERP 14,500 watts
HAAT 754 meters
Class C
Facility ID 69239
Affiliations National Public Radio
American Public Media
Public Radio International
Owner University of Montana-Missoula
(University of Montana)

Montana Public Radio is a network of public radio stations serving the U.S. state of Montana, primarily the western part of the state. The network is currently owned by the University of Montana, and its studios are located on the university campus in Missoula, with a satellite facility in Great Falls. The network is affiliated with National Public Radio.


Montana Public Radio began in 1965 when the network's flagship station, KUFM in Missoula, signed on as a 10-watt student station. In 1974, it became a charter member of NPR.

Starting in the late 1970s, it began building translators across western Montana. Its first full-power satellite, in Great Falls, signed on in 1984. In 1999, a signal extension project funded mostly by a federal grant made it possible to sign on new stations in Kalispell and Hamilton and upgrade translators in Butte and Helena to full-power stations.

Satellites and repeaters

Montana Public Radio consists of six full-power stations:

It also operates five translators.

Callsign MHz City of license Power
Additional Information
K219DN 91.7 Dillon, Montana 210 D FCC
K216BE 91.1 Ferndale, Montana 48 D FCC
K296BI 107.1 Marysville, Montana 44 D FCC
K218AI 91.5 Rattlesnake Valley, Montana 34 D FCC
K219BN 91.7 Whitefish, Montana 21 D FCC

All translators directly repeat KUFM, except for the White Sulphur Springs translator, which repeats KGPR.

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