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"WXXY" redirects here. For the radio station (1600 AM) licensed to Dover, Delaware, which held the call sign WXXY from 2007 until 2009, see WAMS. For the radio station (88.7 FM) licensed to Port Republic, New Jersey, which held the call sign WXXY-FM from 2003 to 2008, see WEHA. For the radio station (103.1 FM) licensed to Highland Park, Illinois, which held the call sign WXXY-FM from 1998 to 2003, see WVIV-FM. WXXI-FM City of license Rochester, New York Frequency 91.5 MHz (also on HD Radio) Repeaters WXXY 90.3 FM, Houghton, New York Format public radio ERP 45,000 watts Class B Owner WXXI Public Broadcasting Council Website wxxi.org WXXI-FM (91.5) is a public radio station in Rochester, New York. The station airs a classical music format. Its programs can also be heard in Houghton on WXXY (formerly WJSL) 90.3 FM. They are owned by the WXXI Public Broadcasting Council, which also owns WXXI-TV, WRUR and news/information-formatted AM station WXXI. History WXXI-FM signed on December 23, 1974 from the new WXXI studios at 280 State Street in Rochester, with a transmitter located on Pinnacle Hill in Brighton, Monroe County, New York. While its initial format was a mixture of classical music, folk music, jazz, news and talk, WXXI-FM became a predominantly classical station after the 1975 format change of WBFB 92.5 from classical to all-news. WBFB donated its classical music library to WXXI, and WBFB program director Simon Pontin soon joined WXXI-FM as its morning host. On July 2, 1984, WXXI shifted most of its news programming, including "All Things Considered," to its new second service, WXXI (AM) 1370. With the exception of some weekend and evening specialty programming, WXXI-FM became a full-time classical music service. In 2007, WXXI-FM added HD Radio service, offering a simulcast of WXXI (AM) on its HD2 channel and a third service of news and information on its HD3 channel. Programming WXXI-FM originates broadcasts of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, hosted by Brenda Tremblay. WXXI-FM also originates the national programs "With Heart and Voice," hosted by the late Richard Gladwell and "Fascinatin' Rhythm," hosted by Michael Lasser, as well as local live music broadcasts "Live from Hochstein" and "Backstage Pass." Local music hosts include Simon Pontin (weekdays, 6-10 AM and Saturday, 6-8 AM), Julia Figueras (weekdays, 10 AM-2 PM), Chris Van Hof (weekdays, 2-7 PM), John Andres (weekends), Marianne Carberry (weekends), Jack Ertle (weekends) and Gerry Szymanski (weekends). External links wxxi.org Query the FCC's FM station database for WXXI Radio-Locator information on WXXI Query the FCC's FM station database for WXXY Radio-Locator information on WXXY v • d • e Radio stations in the Rochester, New York market By FM frequency 88.1 · 88.5 · 89.1 · 89.3 · 89.3 · 89.7 · 89.7 · 90.1 · 90.5 · 91.5 · 92.5 · 93.3 · 94.1 · 95.1 · 96.5 · 97.9 · 98.9 · 99.7 · 100.5 · 100.9 · 101.3 · 102.3 · 102.7 · 103.5 · 103.9 · 105.5 · 105.7 · 105.9 · 106.7 · 107.3 · 107.7 By AM frequency 950 · 990 · 1040 · 1140 · 1180 · 1280 · 1330 · 1370 · 1460 · 1490 · 1550 By callsign W265BX · W288BZ · WBEE · WBER · WBSU · WBTA · WBZA · WCGR · WCJW · WCMF · WDCX · WDKX · WDRE · WDVI · WEOS · WFKL · WFRW · WFXF · WGMC · WGSU · WHAM · WHIC · WHTK · WHTK-FM · WHWS · WITR · WJZR · WKGS · WLGZ-FM · WLKK · WMHN · WPXY · WRMM-FM · WROC · WRUR · WUUF · WVOR · WXXI · WXXI-FM · WYSL · WZNE · WZXV New York Radio Markets: Albany-Schenectady-Troy • Binghamton • Buffalo-Niagara Falls • Elmira-Corning • Hamptons-Riverhead • Ithaca • Nassau-Suffolk (Long Island) • New York City • Newburgh-Middletown (Mid Hudson Valley) • Olean • Plattsburgh • Poughkeepsie • Rochester • Syracuse • Utica-Rome • Watertown Other New York Radio Regions: Jamestown-Dunkirk • North Country • Saratoga See also: List of radio stations in New York v • d • e NPR Member Stations in the state of New York WAMC Stations Albany WAMC (AM)/WAMC-FM  · Canajoharie WCAN  · Kingston WAMK  · Middletown WOSR  · Plattsburgh WCEL  · Ticonderoga WANC  · Utica WRUN-FM WSKG Stations Binghamton WSKG · Binghamton WSQX · Corning WSQE · Hornell WSQA · Ithaca WSQG · Oneonta WSQC NCPR Stations Blue Mountain Lake WXLH  · Boonville WXLB  · Canton WSLU  · Cape Vincent WSLZ  · Malone WSLO  · North Creek WXLG  · Peru WXLU  · Saranac Lake WSLL  · Tupper Lake WXLS  · Watertown WSLJ WXXI Stations Houghton WJSL · Rochester WXXI-FM · Rochester WXXI (AM) · Rochester WRUR WNED Stations Buffalo WNED-FM · Buffalo WNED (AM) · Jamestown WNJA WBFO Stations Buffalo WBFO  · Jamestown WUBJ  · Olean WOLN WCNY Stations Syracuse WCNY  · Utica WUNY  · Watertown WJNY WRVO Stations Oswego WRVO  · Syracuse WRVD  · Utica WRVN Other Stations Brooklyn WNYE · Brookville WCWP · Fredonia WCVF · Geneva WEOS · Hamilton WRCU · Jeffersonville WJFF · New York City WFUV · New York City WNYC · Noyack WSUF · Poughkeepsie WRHV · Schenectady WMHT · Southampton WLIU · Southampton WRLI · Syracuse WAER See also List of NPR stations See also: Adult contemporary, Classic hits, College, Country, News/Talk, NPR, Oldies, Religious, Rock, Sports, Top 40, Urban, and Other radio stations in New York