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WNYC is New York’s flagship public radio station. The station began broadcasting in 1924 as a city owned and operated radio station, and today, WNYC is the most-listened to public radio station in the country, reaching over one million listeners every week. WNYC is broadcast on both AM and FM frequencies, and includes local programming, as well as programming from NPR, American Public Media, Public Radio International, and the BBC World Service.