Signal Status & Impairments

Updated 12/5/2017 | 3:00 pm -- Service is at low power, so service may be impaired. Our engineer is working to bring service back to full power. 

Updated 12/1/2017 | 10:30 am -- Our engineer restored the service to full power, however the service continues to experience intermittent outages. Our engineer is at the site today working on repairs.

The Classics & News service on 88.3 FM in Medford/Ashland is on low power after an issue occurred this weekend. Our engineer is working to complete repairs this week.

Updated 11/22/2017 | 2:00 pm -- The new primary station the FCC has approved on 90.0 FM will be signing on in January. When they sign on we will be transferring our service to 96.9 FM. 

Updated 10/4/2017 | 9:00 am --  The Classics & News service will be off the air today 4pm - 6pm. The new primary station the FCC has approved on 90.9 FM will be testing during this time. Service will return to normal after 6pm. 

Updated 9/26/2017 | 9:00 am -- JPR's Rhythm & News service in the Grants Pass area is now at 97.5 FM. Over the next few weeks our engineer will continue to work to improve the signal with additional equipment and tuning. It is our long term plan to move the antennae higher up to give a better signal throughout the coverage area. This will require the tower to be strengthened.

Updated 8/1/2017  -- JPR engineers replaced the microwave system that delivers our Classics & News service audio to KNHT.  The system has been intermittently malfunctioning causing audio drop outs.  KNHT is now at full strength.

Updated 7/24/2017 | 9:00 am -- JPR's Classics & News service is now at 102.5 FM. 

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has reassigned some of the frequencies in Humboldt County and is requiring JPR to move our Classics & News frequency to 102.5 FM. 107.3 FM will no longer be a JPR station.