Pardon Our Aural Dust – We’re Moving!

Update January 8: 91.7 FM in Alpine is up, but with limited power.

Thanks for bearing with us through the move as construction continues at our “New Home on the Range” in Marfa – the new headquarters for Marfa Public Radio and West Texas Public Radio.

Web streaming is now back up, and while 91.7 FM is back up as well, we are experiencing some power issues with the signal. The signal might be stronger or weaker depending on where you’re listening from Alpine.

We’re continuing to diagnose that problem and will keep you updated.

NPR, syndicated programs, and local news and information on Morning Edition continues as we gear up to bring back your favorite local music hosts.

We expect to have all our original music shows back on the air in the next couple of weeks.

Meanwhile, construction continues at the new studios. Stay tuned for details on an open house we’ll be hosting to celebrate the move!

We apologize for the delays and the programming interruptions, but we again ask for your patience and continued support of non-profit public radio in West Texas.

If you still haven’t made that special year-end contribution to help us offset the costs of the move, do it now! It’s an expensive undertaking for a small radio station in a small town, but with your help we can build a lasting legacy for news, art and cultural programming in Far West Texas.

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