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The Score
FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN:
Symphony No. 99
Overview
Classical 89’s purpose is to expand BYU’s public reach as an agent of good—using the medium of radio in the classical music format—by (1) engaging the public in ennobling experiences that are traditionally associated with musical masterpieces, (2) showcasing the university’s commitment to worthy art and helpful ideas, (3) fostering quality discourses in all areas of learning and culture, and (4) encouraging intellectual, spiritual, and physical growth and improvement.
Purpose & Audience
Classical 89 serves over 110,000 listeners in the Greater Salt Lake Valley and in Utah, Davis, Weber and Box Elder counties, as well as some additional outlying areas. A translator in Spanish Fork carries the broadcast signal to Utah County and south to Santaquin. It is a nonprofit, listener-supported station broadcasting at a frequency of 89.1 FM in Salt Lake County, 89.1/89.5 FM in Utah County, and online at classical89.org.
Programming
Early Years
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Technology
Classic Collaborations