WWFM The Classical Network
WWFM's flagship station began broadcasting on September 6, 1982 and has grown into a full time classical music network serving New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania and portions of Delaware and Maryland. WWFM The Classical Network continues to expand its reach beyond these regions with simulcast programming via satellite to an additional translator in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The Classical Network streams its programming, reaching listeners through the Internet at www.wwfm.org. WWFM is licensed to Mercer County Community College and is located on the college's West Windsor, NJ, Campus. The Classical Network represents New Jersey's only full-time classical music stations, providing a blend of locally produced, exclusive specialty programs alongside those from national and international classical performance sources. The Classical Network is the recipient of the 2014 ASCAP Foundation Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Award for Broadcasting.
WWFM takes advantage of HD technology, with digital broadcasting via two channels: 89.1, HD1, all-classical, and 89.1, HD2, all-jazz. Both stations stream programming live via the Internet: WWFM or JazzOn2
On September 1, 2008, WWFM began to offer jazz programming via 89.1 HD2. You can enjoy jazz favorites around-the-clock on your digital HD radio, WWFM, 89.1, HD2.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
While the largest source of yearly revenue comes from WWFM listener-member donations, WWFM is partially funded by an annual grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our CPB FY22 Local Content and Services Report, Telling Public Radio's Story, is linked below.