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Station Update

In May 2023 WNHS-LP will become WNHS Online. The transition away from WNHS-LP 105.7 FM Newcomerstown to a streaming broadcast allows our students, parents, and community members a variety of ways to access your Hometown Radio Station.

About Us

WNHS-LP 105.7 FM, “Newcomerstown’s Hometown Station”, is a low power nonprofit radio station that has been broadcasting to the Newcomerstown area since the fall of 2003. As an educational station students are responsible for the programming and announcements on the radio. We are proud to offer the students of Newcomerstown Schools this educational opportunity. Students of WNHS are exposed to a wide range of broadcast technologies along with practical experiences in public speaking. 

Although students of Newcomerstown High School operate WNHS, the radio broadcast is not funded by the Newcomerstown Exempted Village School District. WHNS-LP is funded through grants and the contributions of community sponsors. 

We have been a Low Power FM Broadcast Radio Station

        The Low Power FM (LPFM) radio service was created by the Commission in January 2000. These stations are authorized for noncommercial educational broadcasting only (no commercial operation) and operate with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 100 watts (0.1 kilowatts) or less, with maximum facilities of 100 watts ERP at 30 meters (100 feet) antenna height above average terrain (HAAT). The approximate service range of a 100 watt LPFM station is 5.6 kilometers (3.5 miles radius). LPFM stations are not protected from interference that may be received from other classes of FM stations. A construction permit is required before a LPFM station can be constructed or operated. 

       LPFM stations are available to noncommercial educational entities and public safety and transportation organizations, but are not available to individuals or for commercial operations. Current broadcast licensees with interests in other media (broadcast or newspapers) are not eligible to obtain LPFM stations. 

       LPFM stations must protect authorized radio broadcast stations on the same channel or frequency (cochannel), as well as broadcast stations on first, second, or third-adjacent channels above or below the LPFM station's frequency. This protection is accomplished through the use of minimum distance separation requirements, which are set forth in 47 CFR 73.807 [PDF]

In May 2023 WNHS-LP became WNHS Online. The transition away from FM broadcast to streaming allows our parents more flexible access to our station. Our last day broadcasting on 105.7LP was May 31st 2023.

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