FM-1: NPR News / Classical
Bismarck, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Williston, Devils Lake, and Dickinson areas
Prairie Public’s classical music plus “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered,” “Marketplace” interviews, and our weekly interview show, “Main Street.”
FM-2: Roots, Rock, and Jazz
KFJM | Grand Forks and Williston
Prairie Public’s roots, rock, and jazz featuring “Into the Music” with Mike Olson and “World Cafe,” plus two hours of NPR’s “Morning Edition” on weekdays and “Sound Opinions,” “Mountain Stage,” and “Acoustic Cafe” on the weekends.
FM-3: NPR News / AAA Music
KDSU | Fargo-Moorhead
Prairie Public’s roots, rock and jazz featuring “Into the Music” with Mike Olson and “World Cafe.” Also includes “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered,” “Marketplace,” and interviews and discussion on “Main Street.”
Moving, driving, or new to the area?
The following cities have one of our full power FM transmitters:
- Bismarck, KCND
- Dickinson, KDPR
- Fargo-Moorhead, KDSU
- Grand Forks, KUND and KFJM
- Jamestown, KPRJ
- Minot, KMPR
- Williston, KPPR
The rest are low power “translators” that can usually be received for a few miles. With a good radio and a good antenna, you can improve your chances of hearing Prairie Public anywhere in the state. Find tips to get better reception.
Prairie Public is a member station of NPR.