WNYC is the trademark, and a set of call letters shared by a pair of co-owned, non-profit, noncommercial, public radio stations located in New York City.WNYC (AM) broadcasts on the AM band at 820 kHz, and WNYC-FM is at 93.9 MHz. Both stations are members of NPR and carry distinct, but similar news/talk programs. The stations are known for their nationally syndicated news and culture programming and Internet radio broadcasts. WNYC reaches more than one million listeners each week and has the largest public radio audience in the United States.The WNYC stations are co-owned with Newark, New Jersey-licensed classical music outlet WQXR-FM (105.
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  • Could You Take a Week Off From Your Smartphone?

    … Are you failing miserably at your New Year’s resolutions? If you want to feel better about your self-control and endurance, you can join in on the “Bored and Brilliant” challenge for a whole week in February. Short, sweet, and maybe productive. A New York City based podcast, WNYC’s “New Tech City,” is challenging listeners (you can subscribe…

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  • Public radio’s complicated digital journey

    … for how we are going to market ourselves via the Web,” said Randol White, news director at Central Coast California’s KCBX. NPR is also helping local stations along with NPR Digital Services, a division that gives stations tools for site design, content management and donation handling. Digital services vp Robert Kempf said in 2011 that he wanted…

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