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WVIA-FM
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City of license Scranton, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Scranton area
Frequency 89.9 MHz
First air date 1973
Format Public Radio
Language English
HAAT 381.0 meters
Class B
Facility ID 49436
Transmitter coordinates 41°10′55.00″N 75°52′17.00″W / 41.18194°N 75.87139°W / 41.18194; -75.87139
Owner Northeastern Pennsylvania Educational Television Association
Webcast Listen Live
Website WVIA.org/radio

WVIA-FM (89.9 FM) is the National Public Radio member station for Northeastern Pennsylvania. It is licensed to the community of Scranton. WVIA is owned by the Northeastern Pennsylvania Educational Television Association along with its sister television station, WVIA-TV. The station's studios are based in Jenkins Township, near Pittston, with transmitter just south of Wilkes-Barre. Since 2001, it has operated a full-time satellite in Williamsport, WVYA-FM.

WVIA-FM signed on in 1973.

Translators

In addition to the main station, WVIA-FM is relayed by an additional 9 translators to widen its broadcast area.

Callsign MHz City of license Power
(W)
Class
Additional Information
W257AI 99.3 Allentown, Pennsylvania 4 D FCC
W289AH 105.7 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 75 D FCC
W212AT 90.3 Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 2 D FCC
W215BU 90.9 Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 250 D FCC
W259AW 99.7 Mainesburg, Pennsylvania 6 D FCC
W235AD 94.9 Pottsville, Pennsylvania 120 D FCC
W232AM 94.3 Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 250 D FCC
W289AI 105.7 Sunbury, Pennsylvania 11 D FCC
W278AO 103.5 Wellsboro, Pennsylvania 55 D FCC

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