Radio Station Information
City of License:
Prairie View, TX
Prairie View A & M University
KPVU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Prairie View, TX. The station broadcasts Variety programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
it is nice listening to 91.3f.m radio station through the internet from Africa, Nigeria to be precised.
the station has good content which makes it one of the best in Houston Texas.
By: emmanuel ogundele on February 22, 2017
Seeking assistance tohelp a friend in need. Struggling since Hurricane Harvey flooded her home and damaged somuch, she is now facing foreclosure and has many animals that need to be fostered, or else, a farm/ranch type of situation where she can shelter miniature horses. She needs a fenced yard and out buildings for the mini horses. On top of being scammed for insurance money, etc. after the hurricane, she has also recently lost a parent. Please, if anyone could do a human interest story on this woman and help her get some exposure/assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. Here is her story, in her own words.: Hi, I am facing eviction in Shepherd Texas and I also rescue cats. I have mini horses and dogs as well and I can not find a place to live for rent or lease and am desperate for help. I am not sure how much more time I have but I have been slowly downsizing my cat rescue with very little outside help. I am trying to find a home with land that is fenced so at least I can take my 4 mini horses and dogs and as many of my cats as I can but I NEED HELP DESPERATELY. Can anyone there help me and my fur babies???. Thank you Juels Yaklin Her situation is dire. Can someone please take this story and do a human interest story to help her? Thank you.
By: Rebecca A Goulart on February 14, 2019
I was wondering if i would able to submit some music to be played on your station.
By: Lathell Powell III on September 28, 2020
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