Three Mighty FM Frequencies
90.5 from Point Reyes Station, 89.9 from Bolinas and 92.3 in the San Geronimo Valley. KWMR can be picked up as far south as coastal San Francisco and Pacifica, and as far north and northeast as Bodega Bay, Petaluma and western Santa Rosa.
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Channel 47 on Horizon Cable
If you subscribe to Horizon Cable’s “West Marin” service in Point Reyes Station, Olema, Inverness Park, Inverness or Dillon Beach, you have two options for listening to KWMR:
• Tune your TV to channel 47
• Connect the Horizon cable directly to your FM radio
Receiving KWMR over the air or cable
KWMR listeners have lots of ways to hear the station! Check these options to see which one works best for you, or email us here for a PDF document that lists all of the ways you can listen to KWMR.
Off the Air – KWMR can be heard directly on 90.5MHz in the northern area of West Marin and on 89.9MHz in the southern area. In places where the KWMR signal is weak or scratchy an outside antenna can help. A company called Winegard makes a good one called the HD6000 for only $24.
Via Cable – If you subscribe to Horizon Cable you have two options for listening to KWMR:
– The first option is to tune your TV to channel 47 where KWMR audio is carried 24 hours a day.
– The second option is to connect the cable directly to your FM radio.
Note: A splitter may be needed so you can connect your TV and FM radio at the same time. Both the splitter and the necessary cables are hardware store items.
The crack KWMR Transmitter Department can help with advice for any of these options.
We even make house calls!
Richard Dillman, Transmitter Wrangler
Phone 415-663-8068, extension 102 – or – email firstname.lastname@example.org