Radio Station Information
WPRO 92.3 FM
Today's Hit Music
City of License:
Contemporary Hits Radio (CHR) / Top 40
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Cbc, LLC)
WPRO is an FM radio station broadcasting at 92.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Providence, RI and is part of the Providence-Warwick-Pawtucket, RI radio market. The station broadcasts Contemporary Hits Radio / Top 40 music programming and goes by the name "92 PRO FM" on the air with the slogan "Today's Hit Music". WPRO is owned by Cumulus Media.
Most Played Artist
Rihanna, Bruno Mars, Flo-Rida, Pink, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Taylor Swift, Nelly, Black Eyed Peas, Far East Movement, Enrique Iglesias, Taio Cruz, Daughtry, Sick Puppies, Edward Maya, Usher, Christina Perri, Lady Gaga, Plain White T's, Eminem
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Providence-Warwick-Pawtucket, RI
Listener Comments and Reviews
If a listener wins Lady Gaga tickets, I am wondering if it is in this area?
By: Emily Vollaro on February 28, 2011
Emily's gonna see "lady gaga"
By: wes on August 31, 2011
Suicide affects us all it doesn't matter wealth or poor work or unemployed homeless or live in a mansion... We see news every day politicians talking about nonsense money for a wall no money for a wall..immigration. wanting to see people's tax returns. Meanwhile Mental Healthcare in America lacks any thought by politicians or evens every day citizens until it affect their family or love ones. The United States has for the most part especially in Massachusetts relinquished Department of mental health the private companies who work for insurance companies who dictate who and how long treatment is given the average stay in a facility after a person attempted suicide is 3 days.. I like so many other lost someone I loved after begging facilities for help yet 3 days sent her home I beg you please write your politicians bring attention to this issue media won't cover this issue they think it will put ideas it peoples lot of people think people who commit suicide got what they wanted I know my loved one loved life loved our animals her job her family and me. She just could not find the help she needed
By: Russell Wagner on February 22, 2019
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