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WHSA
Wisconsin Public Radio Logo.png
CityBrule, Wisconsin
Broadcast areaDuluth/Superior
Frequency89.9 MHz
Programming
FormatPublic radio, Classical music, News
AffiliationsWisconsin Public Radio, NPR, American Public Media
Ownership
OwnerState of Wisconsin - Educational Communications Board
History
First air date
1952 (1952)
Call sign meaning
W-Hayward, Superior, Ashland (major cities in station's coverage area)
Technical information
Facility ID63089
ClassC2
ERP38,000 watts
HAAT168 meters (551 ft)
Links
WebcastStream
WebsiteWisconsin Public Radio

WHSA (89.9 FM) is an American radio station licensed to Brule, Wisconsin, and serving the Duluth/Superior area. The station is part of Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), and airs WPR's "NPR News and Classical Network", consisting of classical music and news and talk programming. WHSA also broadcasts regional news and programming from studios in the Holden Fine Arts Center at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.

Translators

WHSA was relayed by an additional translator station W284AN. This has now been removed from the FCC FM Query.

Coordinates: 46°28′00″N 91°33′59″W / 46.4666°N 91.5665°W / 46.4666; -91.5665