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Cincinnati Public Radio In The Community

Cincinnati Public Radio is proud to be part of this community, in good times and during challenging days like these. Our stations connect you to the vital news and information you need and provide a needed break with classical music that relaxes and recharges you.

91.7 WVXU/88.5 WMUB
Our award-winning news team brings you the local stories and perspectives on the stories of the day, all with you, our neighbors, in mind.

Cincinnati Edition (weekdays at noon) is our daily talk show, currently bringing you a wide range of expert guests discussing how this pandemic might impact you, your family, and our community. You are encouraged to be part of these conversations to get the answers you need to remain safe and informed.

90.9 WGUC
We know that you also need time to step back from the news of the day and recharge your batteries. The classical music you hear on WGUC gives you the time to breathe, clear your head, and reenergize you for that next homework assignment or meal prep.

WGUC is also committed to sharing performances from Cincinnati's renown performing arts organizations including the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, May Festival and Cincinnati Opera seasons. When our local arts groups ramp back up, our Spotlight reports and community calendar will let you know what performances or productions you will want to see.

Stay with the stations of Cincinnati Public Radio now and during the better days ahead because we believe that community matters.


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