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Saturday, June 14, 2008

WSUI remains off the air; KSUI still live

Because of flooding at the transmitter site, WSUI, 910 AM remains off the
air for the time being and anyone wishing to listen to the Iowa Public
Radio News Network should tune, in the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids area, to
KUNI, 90.9 FM.

However, KSUI, 91.7 FM continues to broadcast at full power and has
begun a period of regional service in which WSUI and KSUI staff will
bring listeners in eastern Iowa in-depth reporting and emergency
announcements that will help them negotiate the next few dangerous
days. KSUI's classical music format will continue on 91.7 but will be
accompanied by extensive regional news, flood and emergency updates
for Iowa City, Cedar Rapids and other locations in eastern Iowa that
are and will be heavily impacted in the coming days by flood waters.
The IPR Classical Network's programming is available on WOI-FM in
Ames/Des Moines, KHKE in Cedar Falls/Waterloo, and KUNZ in Ottumwa.