WHPR-FM 88.1 Highland Park
Slogan/Positioner: Power Talk WHPR 88.1
Format: Urban music and talk
Web site: www.fm881whpr.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 12 watts / 105 feet / D
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WHPR-FM from TuneIn
- WHPR-FM from Wikipedia
Call Sign History:
Call Sign Origin: Highland Park Radio
On Air Date: May 21, 1954
Telephone: (313) 868-3688
- 10/2010: Construction permit granted to change power from 11 to 12 watts with a small relocation of the station's transmitter. License to cover granted 5/2011.
- 2001: Admonished by the FCC for airing what was determined by the agency to be advertising not allowed due to the station's status as Noncommercial Educational.
- 5/31/2001: Construction permit granted for changes: 11 to 9 watts ERP, 105 to 112 feet HAAT, slight location change from east to west of Woodward. Const permit eventually expires without being completed.
- 12/20/1994: Highland Park Community College folds and station is transferred to R.J. Watkins Late Night Entertainment.
- 5/21/1954: WHPR-FM signs on, owned by Highland Park Community College.
Wayne County: Near Woodward Ave and the Davison Freeway (Highland Park)