All HPPR stations operating normally

Apr 4, 2015

According to remote monitoring and listener reports, all HPPR stations are operating as expected.

Do you have issues affecting your listening that we don't know about yet? Please let us know. Here's how.

HPPR Network Status

Refer to this page for information regarding the status of HPPR's transmitters and web stream. This page will be updated when issues occur with any of our stations.

Web Stream: www.publicbroadcasting.net/hppr/ppr/hppr.m3u
status: Operating Normally

Colorado stations:

  • Lamar: 90.7 FM, KCSE
    status: Operating Normally
    details:

Kansas stations:

  • Brewster: 90.1 FM, KZNK
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
    * Atwood: 95.3 FM, K237CN: Operating Normally
    * St. Francis: 96.3 FM, K242AP: Operating Normally
     
  • Colby: 88.1 FM, KZCK
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
     
  • Elkhart: 91.5 FM, KZNZ
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
     
  • Garden City: 91.1 FM, KANZ
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
    * Ashland: 92.3 FM, K222BJ: Operating Normally
    * Hugoton: 92.3 FM, K222AK: Operating at low power
    * Liberal: 96.3 FM, K242AK: Operating Normally
    * Tribune: 89.5 FM, K208CL: Operating Normally
     
  • Hays: 91.7 FM, KZAN
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
     
  • Hill City: 90.5, KZNA
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
    * Ness City: 92.5 FM, K223BS: Operating Normally

Oklahoma stations:

  • Guymon: 91.3 FM, KGUY
    status: Operating Normally
    details:

Texas stations:

  • Amarillo: 105.7 FM, KJJP
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
     
  • Bushland: 91.5 FM, KTXP
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
    * Amarillo: 94.9 FM, K235AL: Operating Normally
    * Washburn: 91.3 FM, K217CS: Operating Normally
     
  • Dalhart: 89.3 FM, KTDH
    status: Operating Normally
    details:
     
  • Spearman/Perryton: 89.5 FM, KTOT
    status: Operating Normally
    details:

Reporting Problems

If you are experiencing any service problems please report them to us by calling 800-678-7444 during business hours. After hours, if you are a Signal Monitor, please contact us at the Signal Monitor address you were provided when you became a Signal Monitor. Otherwise, email Chuck Springer, HPPR's chief engineer, or report any less urgent issues by posting to the comment section at the bottom of this page.

When providing your report, please include:

  • Your listening location
  • The frequency you are trying to listen to (or specify how you are streaming online)
  • The general nature of the problem (e.g. no signal, weak signal, distorted signal)
  • When you first noticed the problem
  • How we can best reach you if follow-up is needed

Thank you for your help in keeping HPPR’s far-flung network of transmitters reliable.

You might also consider becoming an HPPR Signal Monitor. It's not a big committment-- we just need some listeners who we can rely upon to let us know when HPPR is having issues in their area. Email us to volunteer or learn more. After emailing us, please watch for a reply email from a separate email address, as such an email might make its way to your spam folder.

For information on all of HPPR's transmission facilities click here.  For a coverage map of HPPR's service area click here.