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The Gateway 90.7 KWMU-2 is St. Louis Public Radio’s HD channel featuring AAA music and some great entertainment programs geared towards music, entertainment and humor. The Gateway 90.7 KWMU-2 is dedicated to bringing listeners a unique mix of emerging and familiar contemporary musicians. Embark on a journey of great music discovery each day with an eclectic blend of blues, rock, world, folk and alternative country.
On the weekends, we add just the right touch of entertainment programs to music schedule with Afropop Worldwide, All Songs Considered, American Routes, Le Show, Mountain Stage, Sound Opinions, The Business, The Sound of Young America, and World Café.
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Purchasing an HD Radio
For a complete listing of currently available models, go to ibiquity.com. Many St. Louis-area vendors carry HD radios for automobiles. St. Louis vendors do not regularly stock portable, or tabletop, HD radios. However, many do carry HD tuner components that can be added to your existing home stereo.
This guide will help you learn about the difference between HD Radio and FM Radio, and it will assist you with optimizing your HD Radio listening experience. We've included some tips and techniques for obtaining the best reception based on your location.
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