Find Us on the Dial
88.7 FM, Interlochen; 94.7 FM, Traverse City; 88.5 FM, Mackinaw City; 100.9 FM, East Jordan/Charlevoix
Classical IPR presents quality classical music with news updates from National Public Radio and local reports, and also broadcasts outstanding musical performances from Interlochen and around the world. IPR Music Radio can be heard in more than 20 counties, from well above the Mackinac Bridge south to Big Rapids, and from Michigan’s west coast to Roscommon.
Classical IPR antenna locations:
88.7 FM is at Caberfae, 15 miles west of Cadillac
94.7 FM is in Traverse City
88.5 FM is at Levering, near I-75
100.9 FM is 2 miles north of East Jordan
91.5 FM, Traverse City; 90.1 FM, Harbor Springs/Petoskey; 89.7 FM, Manistee/Ludington
IPR News Radio offers continuous local, national and world news and information. In addition, the station’s staff of reporters highlight important issues and events from our region. IPR News Radio can be heard in Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Lake, Leelanau, Manistee, Mason and Wexford counties.
IPR News Radio antenna locations:
91.5 FM is 2 miles west of Traverse City
89.7 FM is 2 miles west of Freesoil
90.1 FM is 2 miles north of Harbor Springs
- WIAA - Classical IPR 88.7 FM, Interlochen, MI
- W234BU - Classical IPR 94.7 FM, Traverse City, MI
- WIAB - Classical IPR 88.5 FM, Mackinaw City, MI
- WICV - Classical IPR 100.9 FM, East Jordan/Charlevoix, MI
- WICA - IPR News Radio 91.5 FM, Traverse City, MI
- WHBP - IPR News Radio 90.1 FM, Harbor Springs, MI
- WLMN - IPR News Radio 89.7 FM, Manistee-Ludington, MI
Tips for improving your reception of IPR:
For better reception of Interlochen Public Radio, make sure you have an antenna correctly connected to your radio. Most radios can connect to an external antenna through two screw-type connectors on the back of the unit.
Adding an inexpensive FM dipole (wire) antenna might help your reception of Interlochen Public Radio. Attach the two antenna wires to the screws on your radio, and orient the wires for the best reception. Usually the wires should be perpendicular to a line between your radio and the transmitter location you want to receive.
A more effective solution is to install an FM antenna above your living space (on the roof or in the attic) and connect to your radios with an insulated 75-ohm cable. Installing a directional FM antenna, aimed at IPR, is the most effective way to bring our signal to your house.
You may also be able to connect to your television cable system using a splitter and, if needed, a 75 ohm-to-300 ohm transformer.
All of these items are available online or at electronics stores.