Radio Station Information
WYPA 89.5 FM
City of License:
Cherry Hill, NJ
Educational Media Foundation
WYPA is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Cherry Hill, NJ and is part of the Philadelphia, PA radio market. The station broadcasts Christian Contemporary music programming and goes by the name "Air 1" on the air. WYPA is owned by Educational Media Foundation.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsWTTM 1680 AM, Talk Radio 1210, K-Love 106.9, WTMR 800 AM, Philadelphia's BIN 610, Mega 1310 AM, WPPM 106.5 FM, WDBK 91.5 FM, WOOM 92.9 FM, 107.9 WRNB K-Love 106.9
Listener Comments and Reviews
I live in Edgewater pk nj, recently I lost your signal for 2 days, it came back on but it is in and out. I havent heard a full song in days!! Help! I need my Klove!? What going on with your signal??? I am only 10 miles from chedrry hill.
By: Beth Ring on May 8, 2012
I have also lost the signal. Has KLove left the area? They just had their pledge drive and they sounded like they were fully funded. I can't find any information online!
By: Susan Bartholomew on May 10, 2012
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By: Mae Dixon on May 22, 2018
What I find super annoying is how often this signal cuts in when I'm trying to listen to 89.5 WSOU... Soooooo annoying, can't enjoy my work day
By: Novak on June 26, 2018
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