Infobox Radio station
name = WEMU

city = Ypsilanti, Michigan
area = [http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/pat?call=WEMU&service=FM&status=L&hours=U]
branding =
slogan = Passion Performance Perspective
airdate = December 8, 1965
frequency = 89.1 MHz HD Radio
format = Jazz, Blues, Talk
power = 15,500 watts
haat = 88 meters
class = B1
facility_id = 18311
coordinates = coord|42|15|48|N|83|37|34|W|type:landmark
callsign_meaning = Eastern Michigan University
former_callsigns = none
owner = Eastern Michigan University
webcast =
website = [http://www.wemu.org/ http://www.wemu.org/]
affiliations = NPR, PRI

WEMU (89.1) is the public broadcasting service of Eastern Michigan University.

A National Public Radio (NPR) affliate whose primary market is Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti) and the surrounding area, WEMU carries the standard NPR news magazines "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition". In addition to other NPR and Public Radio International (PRI) information and cultural programming, WEMU has a primary music format of jazz and blues with specialty programs in Latin and roots music. WEMU also hosts the EMU sports network and carries EMU football and basketball broadcasts.

WEMU began broadcasting at a frequency of 88.1 FM in 1965 from the Quirk Building; in 1976, the station moved to King Hall. In October 1977, WEMU changed to its current 89.1 FM frequency. Located online at WEMU.org, the station streams live 24 hours a day.

A current programming schedule can be found [http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wemu/guide.guidemain here] .


callsign = WEMU
call1 = W225BA
freq1 = 92.9 FM
city1 = Hastings, Michigan
call2 = W248AQ
freq2 = 97.5 FM
city2 = Harrison Township, Michigan
call3 = W258AO
freq3 = 99.5 FM
city3 = Hillsdale, Michigan


* [http://www.michiguide.com/dials/rad-d/wemu.html Michiguide.com - WEMU History]

External links

* [http://www.emich.edu Eastern Michigan University]
* [http://npr.org National Public Radio]
* [http://pri.org Public Radio International]

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