Broadcast Stations & Times

Here are the broadcast stations and airtimes for Music Inside Out:

Broadcast Stations In the Crescent City

Broadcast Station: WWNO

WWNO 89.9 FM
New Orleans, Louisiana
(On hiatus)

KTLN 90.5 FM
Houma/Thibodaux, Louisiana
(On hiatus)

Broadcast stations include WWNO, located on the campus of the University of New Orleans. WWNO is a listener-supported NPR member station serving New Orleans and Southeast Louisiana. WWNO broadcasts local and NPR news, plus cultural entertainment on 89.9 FM. It can also be heard on KTLN 90.5 FM in the Houma-Thibodaux area. There’s 24-hour classical music on Classical 104.9 FM and WWNO HD2. And you can hear jazz anytime on WWNO HD3. New Orleans Public Radio is licensed to and operated by the University of New Orleans.

Broadcast Stations in the Capital

Broadcast Station: WRKF

WRKF 89.3 FM
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
(On hiatus)

WRKF was the first public radio station licensed in Baton Rouge. The station launched on January 18, 1980. At first programming was typical for a community-based public radio station of that time. It included classical music, jazz, folk, big-band standards and NPR news. Back then the studios were in a building at the transmitter site on Frenchtown Road. In 1986, the station moved to its current location on Valley Creek Drive in the city.

WRKF’s 28,000 Watt signal reaches a 60-mile radius around Baton Rouge. That’s why you hear WRKF in Lafayette, Hammond, Ponchatoula, New Iberia, Morgan City, Opelousas, south of LaPlace … and even in Woodville, MS.

PRX — An Opportunity for Your Station

Public Radio Exchange

Stations — check us out on the Public Radio Exchange. We offer a growing catalog of Music Inside Out programs available for immediate broadcast. If a show you want is not already on PRX, please let us know.

PRX is a non-profit media company specializing in audio journalism and storytelling. It believes in good journalism, diverse voices and innovative technology. 

PRX works with hundreds of public radio stations and thousands of independent producers. Since 2016, its work has also included a journalist training program. This program helps storytellers from around the world succeed in the highly competitive podcast market.

And listeners — interested in hearing Music Inside Out on your station? Again, let us know.