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City of license Colfax, Illinois
Broadcast area Bloomington-Normal
Branding Cities 92.9
Frequency 92.9 MHz
First air date May 5, 1996
Format talk
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Callsign meaning PoWer (previous format)
Owner Great Plains Media
Sister stations WZIM, WIBL
Webcast Listen Live

WRPW (Cities 92.9) is a FM broadcast conservative radio station in Central Illinois with a talk format. WRPW, licensed to Colfax, Illinois in the Bloomington-Normal market, broadcasts at 92.9 MHz with an ERP of 6000 watts. WRPW is owned by Pilot Media, a subsidiary of Great Plains Media. Great Plains' CEO is Jerry Zimmer, a longtime partner in the Zimmer Radio Group based in Cape Girardeau, MO. The station changed to a news/talk format on August 30, 2007 from a rhythmic contemporary format that was known as Power 92.9.


WRPW made its debut in 1996 as WAPU. Soon after signing on, the call letters were changed to WSNI and the station became adult contemporary station "Sunny 92.9" with a satellite-fed format. In late 2001, call letters were changed to WRPW and the station became a simulcast of WZPW in Peoria, Illinois, and the stations together used the name "The New Power 93 FM". In 2006, WZPW and WRPW stopped simulcasting after WZPW was sold to Regent Broadcasting, but both retained the same format. The brand name of WRPW was also changed from "Power 93 FM" to "Power 92.9 FM". On August 30, 2007 at 11:30PM the station flipped from Rhythmic CHR to Talk. The station seized the opportunity to pick up popular syndicated shows to compete with heritage news/talker WJBC's mostly local lineup. WRPW picked up The Rush Limbaugh Show after being dropped by WJBC in March, 2007. Other hosts include Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin. The station airs its own morning show.

Weekday programming schedule (as of November 2014)

12-2 a.m. Laura Ingraham

2-5 a.m. Hugh Hewitt

5-8 a.m. Morning Rush with Lee Newcom

8-11 a.m. Glenn Beck Program

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Rush Limbaugh Show

2-3 p.m Laura Ingraham

3-5 p.m. Illinois Watchdog Radio with Benjamin Yount

5-8 p.m. Mark Levin

8-10 p.m. Sean Hannity

10 p.m.-12 a.m. Dennis Miller

External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WRPW
  • Radio-Locator information on WRPW
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WRPW
  • Current Pace University Radio (Former WRPW)

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