Trenton, United States


WTSR (91.3 FM) is a non-commercial radio station broadcasting from The College of New Jersey (formerly Trenton State College), servicing Mercer County and Bucks County, Pennsylvania as well as broadcasting over the internet. The station's call letters originally stood the college's former name: W Trenton State Radio.

WTSR first went on the air in September 1966. Originally broadcasting on 89.7 FM at a power of 10 watts, the frequency was changed to 91.3 in 1972 when the station was granted an increase in power by the FCC to broadcast at 1,500 watts. During the mid-1980s the station was part of the WWDE or 2WD Family until another split helped move it to its current place. This upgrade in power has provided the station with a 30-mile broadcast radius and the capability to reach a potential audience of 750,000-800,000 listeners. WTSR moved into brand new facilities inside Kendall Hall at the beginning of the 1993–94 academic year. In late February 2007, the station began broadcasting over the internet.

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