Classical Music Radio to Remain in St. Louis -- Sort Of; KWMU Launches HD Channel


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My RFT colleague Annie Zaleski first reported this on her music blog A to Z, but since I've covered the sale of the Classic 99.1 (KFUO-FM) here on Daily RFT, it bears repeating.

Yesterday St. Louis Public Radio (KWMU-FM) announced that it has added an HD channel and online stream devoted exclusively to live classical music programming.

The stream will broadcast 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information on how to access the HD stream, go right here. The online stream is accessible here.

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Beethoven Rolls Over; St. Louis to Lose Only Classical Music Station
FCC Approves Sale of St. Louis' Only Classical Station, KFUO

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