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WVPN
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City of license Charleston, WV (WVPN)
Huntington, WV (WVWV)
Wheeling, WV (WVNP)
Petersburg, West Virginia (WAUA)
Broadcast area West Virginia
Branding West Virginia Public radio
Frequency 88.5 MHz (WVPN)
89.9 MHz (WVWV)
89.9 MHz (WVNP)
89.5 MHz (WAUA)
Format Public radio
ERP 44,000 watts (WVPN)
8,100 watts (WVWV)
25,000 watts (WVNP)
10,000 watts (WAUA)
Class B (all)
Facility ID 70604 (WVPN)
71656 (WVWV)
71658 (WVNP)
71659 (WAUA)
Transmitter coordinates 38°22′34″N 81°39′24″W / 38.37611°N 81.65667°W / 38.37611; -81.65667 (WVPN)
38°29′41″N 82°12′03″W / 38.49472°N 82.20083°W / 38.49472; -82.20083 (WVWV)
40°12′58″N 80°33′31″W / 40.21611°N 80.55861°W / 40.21611; -80.55861 (WVNP)
39°12′7″N 79°16′31″W / 39.20194°N 79.27528°W / 39.20194; -79.27528 (WAUA)
Callsign meaning a variation of West Virginia public broadcasting
Owner West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority
Website wvpubrad.org

WVPN is the flagship radio station of West Virginia Public Broadcasting. It broadcasts a public radio format. It is licensed to Charleston, West Virginia. The station is currently owned by West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority.

WPVN has been the home station of the Mountain Stage radio show since its inception in 1983.

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