KRPS Public Radio begins online streaming

  PSU
  Thursday, November 16, 2017 2:00 AM
  News, Arts & Entertainment, Science and Technology

Pittsburg, KS

KRPS Public Radio begins online streaming

Listeners now can hear KRPS through the “Listen Live” link at krps.org and by downloading the TuneIn app on their smart devices or computers.

“89.9 KRPS has provided news, information, classical music and much more to Four State listeners for nearly three decades,” Metcalf said. “Now, with streaming, those listeners and many more worldwide will be able to take their local NPR station with them wherever they go.”

Since 1988, KRPS-FM has provided the Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri with a diverse programming mix of news, music and entertainment. Licensed to Pittsburg State University, the station is professionally staffed and the area’s official affiliate for programming from National Public Radio (NPR).

The KRPS-FM studios are located in a former dormitory on the PSU campus. Its modern studios are professionally staffed by experienced broadcasters. The station broadcasts at a frequency of 89.9 FM and its 100,000 watt signal makes it the most powerful radio station in the region.