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WFYI-FM
WFYI 90.1 logo.png
CityIndianapolis, Indiana
Broadcast areaIndianapolis metropolitan area
BrandingFM/HD1: News/Talk
HD2 The Point
Frequency90.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air dateOctober 14, 1954 (as WIAN)
FormatFM/HD1: Public radio
HD2: Adult Album Alternative and World Music
ERP10,000 watts
HAAT171 metres (561 ft)
ClassB
Facility ID41394
Callsign meaningFor Your Information and For You Indiana
Former callsignsWIAN (1954-1988)
AffiliationsNational Public Radio
Public Radio Exchange
OwnerMetropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteWFYI.org/radio

WFYI-FM (90.1 MHz) is an FM Public Radio station in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is operated by Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting, a public broadcasting community licensee which also operates the area's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member station, WFYI Public Television via on-air digital channels 20.1, 20.2 and 20.3. WFYI-FM is a member of National Public Radio (NPR) and carries news and information programming, plus weekly shows featuring the Indianapolis Symphony and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra.

The studios and offices for WFYI-TV-FM are off North Meridian Street in Indianapolis. The transmitter is on Town Line Road, also in Indianapolis.[1] WFYI-FM has an effective radiated power (ERP) of 10,000 watts. It broadcasts in the HD Radio hybrid format. Its HD2 subchannel is known as "The Point", playing Adult Album Alternative and World Music.[2] Some WFYI-FM programming can also be heard on FM 91.1 WNDY in Crawfordsville.

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History

The station signed on for the first time on October 14, 1954, as WIAN, operated by the Indianapolis Public Schools, with the license held by the Board of School Commissioners. At first, it was powered at only 120 watts.[3] The station offered classroom instruction and some student programming. In the 1960s, the station increased its power to the current 10,000 watts.[4]

After years of operating at low power and limited hours, it expanded its hours and programming through a partnership with The Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis in which the Society broadcast classical music, apart from some hours devoted to educational programming. This gave WIAN enough hours to become a charter member of NPR in 1971.

IPS sold the station to Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting in 1988, and on March 15, 1988, it changed its call sign to WFYI-FM. Over time, the amount of classical music was decreased as the station added more news and informational programming.

IRIS

WFYI 90.1 FM Public Radio carries services for the print-impaired via the Internet and a subcarrier (SCA) broadcast signal. It is known as the Indiana Reading and Information Services (IRIS).[5] It was previously named Central Indiana Radio Reading, Inc. (CIRRI).

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