Audio-Reader Radio Coverage Area

While Audio-Reader can be accessed over the internet from any location, we are incredibly grateful to our many partner stations who carry our signal to listeners across Kansas and Missouri through their subcarriers so listeners without internet access can here their local news over a closed-circuit radio.
a map of kansas and missouri with large blue circles delineating the coverage area of each station
Coverage map for Audio-Reader Closed Circuit radio signals and the stations they broadcast from

Kansas Public Radio (KPR)

Atchison 89.9 FM
Chanute 90.3 FM
Emporia 89.7 FM 89.7 HD
Junction City 91.3 FM 91.3 HD
Lawrence 91.5 FM 91.5 HD
Manhattan 99.5 FM

Lawrence 96.1 FM
Manhattan 97.9 FM

Kansas Public Radio Mission:
​Kansas Public Radio strives to provide the highest quality arts and information programming that inspires, enlightens and entertains an increasing number of listeners.

KPR logo


KCUR 89.3, Kansas City’s NPR member station, first broadcast in 1957. A charter member of NPR, KCUR holds itself to the highest journalistic standards in service to the citizens of Kansas, Missouri, the broader Midwest, and the nation.

KCUR logo with call sign, 89.3, and a microphone

High Plains Public Radio

High Plains Public Radio operates a network of 19 FM stations and translators* providing public radio service to 78 counties across five states of the High Plains region.

High plains public radio logo with their name and the NPR logo


KMUW, NPR for Wichita, is committed to providing quality journalism to the communities of south-central Kansas. Broadcasting from the historic Old Town neighborhood, KMUW produces 14 local newscasts each weekday and regular in-depth news features. KMUW is a service of Wichita State University and has served the community for more than 70 years.

KMUW logo with call sign and 89.1 Wichita


KXCV-KRNW provides in-depth news, information and entertainment to 32 counties in the "Midwest 4-corners region" of Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska. KXCV-KRNW features programs and news from National Public Radio as well as Americana, jazz and classical music, along with a variety of entertainment and topical programs.
KXCV -- 90.5 FM, Maryville, Mo.
KRNW -- 88.9 FM, Chillicothe, Mo.

Logo listing KXCV 90.5 FM and KRNW 88.9 FM and Bearcat Public Media

Ozarks Public Radio (KSMU)

Since its modest beginnings in a "charming" little house on National Avenue, KSMU Radio has been dedicated to quality. KSMU, the region’s NPR affiliate, signed on the air in 1974 with the same mission we pursue today – to encourage audiences to explore ideas and to deepen our shared understanding of what it means to be an engaged citizen of our community.

KSMU logo with call sign and Ozarks Public Radio listed


KRPS is a broadcast service of Pittsburg State University.

KRPS logo with call sign, 89.9 FM, and 102.7 FM Barelesville listed


Concordia 94.9 KCK-FM; KCNK 98.3 FM, and 1390 AM

logos for NCK and KNCK