Radio Schedules

By Listening Area

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Bismarck, Dickinson, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Williston, Devils Lake, and Dickinson areas

KFJM Grand Forks, Fargo, and Williston

KDSU Fargo/Moorhead

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The following cities have one of our full power FM transmitters: Bismarck, KCND; Dickinson, KDPR; Fargo-Moorhead, KDSU; Grand Forks, KUND and KFJM; Jamestown, KPRJ; Minot, KMPR; and Williston, KPPR.

The rest are low power “translators” that can usually be received for a few miles. With a good radio and a good antenna, you can improve your chances of hearing Prairie Public anywhere in the state. Click here for tips on getting better reception.

Prairie Public’s eastern radio services are carried in Winnipeg by the Shaw Cable system, as part of their radio package on 107.9FM.

Radio services from Prairie Public Broadcasting are a partnership of Prairie Public, North Dakota State University, and the University of North Dakota. Prairie Public is a member station of National Public Radio.

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