- December 14, 2016 at 4:10 am #11007MrBruceParticipant
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WFPN Radio Norwich CT Has switched our music format over to all Christmas music as of December 12th.
The playlist contains 1167 Christmas songs of various titles, by various artists, too many to name here, from rock, to soft rock, to 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s and up.
The station only does a few station ID promos per hour, music schedule is 24/7 till Christmas day night @ midnight.
The links are
Song and artist information will show on some players.
Also we have a free WFPN Radio App available at the links below.
Enjoy and Merry Christmas!!!
Bruce.December 14, 2016 at 9:58 pm #52447Nate CrimeGuest
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You have an app? Wow, I’ve never heard of a paart 15 station having an app to hear them, that must be a first!December 14, 2016 at 10:50 pm #52448MrBruceGuest
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Some history about WFPN
The early stages of WFPN was once called WXTZ FM, we used the web to get the audio feed to various Part 15 Decade MS100 FM transmitters, located in various large apartment complexes. We ran into issues with another part 15 web site owner claiming pirate radio issues with the setup and we abandoned part 15 FM all together, but kept the Internet stream going under another name. WXTZ was licensed to a LPFM station after our shut down, thus we went with WFPN, which is not licensed to any stations at this moment and time.
Currently WFPN is a public web stream only, as work is being done to bring a Chris Cuff AM stereo transmitter on the air in the AM broadcast band. Until that happens, WFPN is an Internet Radio Station only.
The reason there is an WFPN App is because we are listed on many Internet Radio directories.
So, yes, once that Chris Cuff is finished we will be a part 15 AM stereo radio station and add a few more part 15 AM transmitters in various locations like we did with WXTZ FM in the past. Those AM transmitters will pick up the audio from the Internet stream.
The intent will not be to cover a whole area by planting transmitters that over-lap each other, but instead a transmitter placed here or there, where listener interest is warranted.
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