FM Technical Profile: WMAH
- Station Name:
- Public Radio in
- Public Radio:
Near intersection of TV Tower Road and Cable Bridge Road southeast
of Wiggins. Co-located with WMAH-TV.
- Power (ERP):
- 100 kW
- Antenna HAAT:
- 1415 feet
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
Classical, Arts and Culture
PS-MPB 90.3 Think Radio
Text-MPB 90.3 Think Radio
Facebook for Mississippi Public Broadcasting, which covers both
radio and TV.
Screenshot of RDS text display on an Insignia HD portable, showing
the PI (call sign) field for the main MPB station in Jackson, as
well as the Radio Text field.
Image of the RDS text display on a Mazda sedan, showing the PS
(station name), Radio Text and PTY (format) fields, from May 2017.
Authority for Educational Television
- Came on the air
in 1984 as the coastal affiliate of Public Radio in
Mississippi. In 2005 the radio and educational television
divisions were rebranded as Mississippi Public Broadcasting. The
network garnered some notoriety in the summer of 2010 when it
abruptly dropped the Fresh Air program after comic Louis CK
talked openly about sex. It quietly re-added the program after
the furor died down. In July 2013 the station relegated all
music programming to the HD-2 subchannel, leaving all news and talk
on the main analog/HD-1 channel.