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Mon February 20, 2012
New Hampshire Public Radio has teamed up with Highland Community Broadcasting to make classical music more readily available to the Granite State and beyond.
ClassicalNH is transmitted by WCNH Concord 91.5, WEVO Concord 89.1 HD2, online through a webstream at ClassicalNH.org, and by mobile app. The partnership will extend the WCNH classical music experience beyond Concord and provide listeners with access to a newly implemented 24-hour music service.
Long-time Highland’s general manager, Harry Kozlowski, coordinates and hosts programming from the state-of-the-art studios at NHPR’s broadcast headquarters on Pillsbury Street in Concord. Kozlowski’s work will be supported by NHPR's programming team, and he will be assisted by NHPR's extensive operations, production and engineering teams.