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WHQR's all-classical stream
Fri June 29, 2012
WHQR launches a new web service
Now web listeners can experience what our HD2 listeners have enjoyed for years: our 24-hour all-classical channel. No matter whether you're at home, on your boat, or traveling around the world, you can join us here at the station.
At present the service consists of a classical service from Minnesota Public Radio, with brief local announcements. As we move forward, you'll hear more local content on the channel.
Every WHQR web page will now have two clickable buttons in the upper left: one for our main (FM and HD1) stream, and now for the new all-classical (HD2) stream. If you have an HD radio, of course, you can continue to enjoy the service over the air.
Please let us know if you experience any problems or have questions about listening to our stream. As always, you're encouraged to send us feedback via email, or on our Feedback Phone: 910-292-WHQR (9477).