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also broadcasts using HD Radio. Two stations (
and WRTJ) broadcast HD2 programming as well. Known as "
-HD2," this auxiliary service broadcasts Jazz in the daytime and Classical music at night, opposite the station's analog/HD1 signal, thus providing a full 24 hours of classical and jazz programming for those with HD Radio receivers. The programming of both
-HD2 also comprise two separate web audio streams. The "All-Classical" stream presents
-FM's daytime programming, switching to
-HD2's programming at night. The "All-Jazz" stream broadcasts
-HD2's daytime programming, switching to WRTI's analog/HD1 signal at night. The web streams have proven popular with those who do not have an HD Radio receiver or are not within the coverage area of
Six full-power stations are licensed to simulcast the programming of
is also an affiliate of the Toll Brothers-Metropolitan Opera Radio Network, airing LIVE the Met's Saturday Matinee performances from December through May each year. In the Met's off-season,
broadcasts the American Opera Series from the WFMT Radio Network. This series features performances by the San Francisco, Los Angeles and Houston Grand Operas, as well as the Lyric Opera of Chicago. With these series,
broadcasts a full-length opera every Saturday afternoon 52-weeks-a-year.
as repeated by station WRTY (91.1 FM) from Jackson Township - Temple University News, Jazz, and NPR
Reese is a graduate of Temple University earning a bachelor's degree in Communications and Broadcasting. While in college, he learned his craft by doing play-by-play over the college's radio station,
, Reese also had a music show every Wednesday afternoon where he spun 45-rpm records from his own personal collection.
also presents arts and culture programming. The multi-award winning CrossOver (Saturday 11:30 am
/Friday 7 pm
-HD2), created by renowned jazz historian, Dr. Jack V. Buerkle, in conjunction with Jill Pasternak, is now hosted by Jill Pasternak. Crossover explores music as "the international language." The show, which presents music and conversation with some of the world's greatest artists and personalities, focuses not only on classical and jazz, but also music in the periphery of those two art forms. Featured have been Michel Legrand, Rick Braun, Byron Janis, Billy Joel, Eric Whitacre, Marvin Hamlisch, Michael Feinstein, Louis Lortie, Herbie Hancock, Yolanda Kondonassis, Branford Marsalis and many more.
Sciaky's broadcasting career, all in the Philadelphia area, covered
, WHAT, WXUR (in Media; unrelated to the modern WXUR), WDAS, WMMR, WIOQ, WYSP, WMMR (again), and finally WMGK.
is a music-intensive public radio service, broadcasting classical music during the day (6 am – 6 pm), and jazz at night (6 pm – 6 am).
Founded in 1951, the Ambler Symphony Orchestra currently performs several concerts per year under the musical direction of
program director Jack Moore.
The city has a thriving jazz radio station in
, sponsored by Temple University. Its hosts include such notables as Bob Perkins, Jeff Duperon, and Harrison Ridley Jr..
Finally, on September 5, 1997, at 6 p.m., Tom Milewski, the chief operating officer for Greater Media, which had recently acquired the station, announced that the station was ending its Classical programming. WFLN's classical recordings were donated to
(Temple University's non-commercial radio station) and Greater Media provided financial support to Temple as formerly all-Jazz
adopted the WFLN Classical format during the day along with three of the WFLN program hosts.
continued to program its Jazz format at night. Greater Media stated at the time that classical music would be best preserved as a non-commercial format; Greater Media's support of
also served to deflect criticism that the company was taking away Philadelphia's only Classical radio station.
is a network affiliate of NPR, PRI and APM, airing news and arts programming from these networks. Programs include NPR's Newscast Service, From The Top, and SymphonyCast.
is also an affiliate of the WFMT Radio Network, broadcasting a wide range of programming from this Chicago-based syndicator including concert broadcasts from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, the Deutsche Welle Festival Concert series, and many more programs and concert series.
presents in-concert performances of South Jersey's Symphony In C Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra and others, as well as opera performances from the Academy of Vocal Arts and the Opera Company of Philadelphia.
Offering: Live at Temple University is a 2014 live album released posthumously by John Coltrane on Resonance Records. The album was recorded from original master reels stored by
-FM. Proceeds from the album benefit the John Coltrane Home.
Del Colliano first started in radio while going to school at Temple University as a co-host of the Saturday evening comedy and variety show called “Party Time” for Temple’s radio station
began in 1948 as an AM carrier current station. It was founded by John Roberts, professor emeritus of communications at Temple and long-time anchorman at WFIL-TV (now WPVI-TV). He helped found the School of Communications and Theater at Temple. The call letters stood for "Radio Training Institute." In 1952, the station received an FM transmitter, receiving a full license to cover the FM facility in 1953. After years of serving as a student laboratory,
-AM signed-off for good in 1968.
-FM switched from block programming to an all-jazz format in 1969. It added classical music in 1997 after Philadelphia's commercial classical music station, WFLN, changed formats.
The two main newspapers are The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, owned by the Philadelphia Media Network. Local television channels include KYW-TV 3 (CBS), WPVI 6 (ABC), WCAU 10 (NBC), WHYY-TV 12 (PBS), WPHL-TV 17 (MyNetworkTV), WTXF 29 (FOX), WPSG 57 (CW), and WPPX 61 (Ion). Radio stations serving the area include:
, WIOQ, WDAS (AM), and WTEL.
(90.1 FM) is a non-commercial, public FM radio station licensed to serve Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a service of Temple University. The Temple University Board of Trustees holds the station's license. The broadcast tower used by the station is located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia at ().
Born to Raymond and Marie Didinger, and raised in Folsom, Pennsylvania, Didinger graduated from St. James High School in 1964. He received a B.S. in Communications from Temple University in 1968. His nickname was Nauga, after the animated character used in commercials for Naugahyde. Ray spent four years doing sports radio for
and served as the station's Sports Director.
Highlights of 2011 -12 included recital on Horowitz Steinway at Steinway, DE and for the Crossover Show at
–FM in Philadelphia, NYC recitals at Rotunda Hall at 57th St. Steinway and Merkin Hall, Greene Space Performance Center in NYC, at Barge Music NY, in San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County in CA, at Tri-County Emerging Artist Concert Series, at
-FM Radio Station, Live Connections Series at World Cafe Live! In Philadelphia, Powell Concert Series in Tennessee, Steinway Artist Series in PA and NJ, at Tribeca Film Festival in NY, concerto and solo appearances at iPalpiti International Laureates Festival in Los Angeles, Summit Festival, Philadelphia International Music Festival, Long Island Mozart Festival, NY, Beethoven Festival in Long Island with Chamber Players International and collaboration with Composer Concordance in NYC, performances in Ragusa, Sicily and with Nizhny- Novgorod Philharmonic in Russia.
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