Public Broadcasting Services
Northern Michigan University's public radio and television stations operate from on-campus studios in NMU's Learning Resources Center and broadcast from a transmitter located in Ely Township, southwest of Ishpeming.
Public Radio 90 - WNMU-FM
Public Radio 90, WNMU-FM, broadcasts at 90.1 FM in Marquette and has translator frequencies in Escanaba/Gladstone at 96.5 FM, Manistique at 91.9 FM, and in Stephenson at 97.9 FM and online streaming at www.wnmufm.org/live-stream. Public Radio 90 is also available on Charter cable radio at 90.5 FM, Charter cable TV on channel 20, and WNMU 13.3 supplemental audio channel (SAP). WNMU, Public Radio 90 airs NPR news and entertainment programs, and nationally and locally produced classical, jazz, blues, folk and traditional music. The station also features performances recorded at the annual Hiawatha Traditional Music Fest, the Pine Mountain Music Fest, the Marquette Area Blues Fest, the Marquette Choral Society and other local concerts across the Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin. Find complete schedule information, program highlights and more at www.wnmufm.org.
Public TV 13 - WNMU-TV
Public TV 13, WNMU-TV, broadcasts digital channels 13.1, 13.2 & 13.3 and is also available to cable and satellite subscribers across the Upper Peninsula. Their schedule includes national PBS programming and local WNMU-TV productions like Media Meet, High School Bowl, and Ask the Doctors. A live weekday newscast, Public Eye News, is produced by NMU students during the fall and winter semesters. Find complete schedule information, program highlights, online video player and a downloadable program guide at wnmutv.nmu.edu.