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WGGL 91.1 News & Classical

WGGL is a service of Minnesota Public Radio

Listener contributions are WGGL's most important means of support for on-air and online programming.

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News & Events

Regional Development Advisory Council

The public is invited to meetings about MPR stations WSCD, WSCN, WIRC, WIRR, WIRN, WGGL, WINH, WGRH, WMLS, and WLSN. These meetings are scheduled to meet in March, September and December. For further information call 218-722-9411.

See the Events Calendar for all Minnesota Public Radio events and activities.

Printable schedule

Program schedule (pdf)

Today's On-Air Schedule
Midnight Classical Music
6:00 am Morning Edition® With Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne
9:00 am Classical Music and NPR News
4:00 pm All Things Considered® With Melissa Block, Michele Norris and Robert Siegel
6:30 pm Marketplace™ With Kai Ryssdal
7:00 pm Fresh Air® With Terry Gross
8:00 pm Classical Music
9:00 pm SymphonyCast® With Brian Newhouse
11:00 pm Classical Music


Contact Us

Station:
WGGL
Minnesota Public Radio
207 W Superior Street #224
Duluth, MN 55802
218-722-9411 Phone
218-720-4900 Fax

Staff:
Patty Mester, Regional Network Manager: pmester@mpr.org
Cathy Nevanen, Account Executive: cnevanen@mpr.org
Cynthia Johnson, Development Coordinator: cjohnson@mpr.org
Dan Kraker, News Bureau Chief: dkraker@mpr.org

If you have information or suggestions for news stories, contact Dan Kraker at 218-722-9411 ext. 12 or dkraker@mpr.org. For information on how to get your business message on-air or on the MPR Web site, contact Cathy Nevanen at 218-722-9411 ext. 17 or cnevanen@mpr.org. For all other inquiries, contact Patty Mester at 218-722-9411 ext. 11 or pmester@mpr.org.

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About the Stations

WGGL 91.1 FM NEWS & MUSIC
Established: Feb 1982
Station power: 100,000 watts
Program schedule (pdf)
Public inspection files

Translator stations
WGGL 92.7 Houghton

Regional Support

Michigan Technological University

Michigan Technological University provides financial and resource commitments to help bring MPR programming to the region.