HPPR network status

Refer to this topic page for update regarding the status of HPPR's transmission facilities.

2:00 pm ct, April 7, 2016

Replacement parts have arrived and are being installed. 

6:05 am ct, April 6, 2016

HPPR has experienced a component failure in its satellite uplink system. This means all stations that recieve the network via satellite will be off until this failure can be repaired. NPR maintains a spare parts depot and if the affected device is available it could be as little as 24 hours to get a replacement.

Listeners in Dodge City can now hear a stronger High Plains Public Radio signal by tuning to 91.9 FM. This new service is possible through a cooperative arrangement with the Dodge City Community College to use its station, KONQ-FM 91.9, to rebroadcasts HPPR's programming on weekdays from midnight to 9 am and all day Saturday. During others hours KONQ continues to broadcast its regular student and Spanish language programming. 

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

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