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WNYC AM went on the air as a municipally owned and operated non-commercial radio station on July 8, 1924. It began FM broadcasting in 1943 and in 1961 launched the nation's first municipally run television station WUHF which later became WNYC-TV on UHF channel 31. In 1979 the non-profit WNYC Foundation was created to help lighten the city's financial burden of running the stations. In 1994 the City of New York decided to sell the television station commercially and less than a year later the administration of Mayor Rudolph Giuliani agreed to sell the radio stations to the non-profit WNYC Foundation. The radio sale and transfer was completed in January 1997.  
 
WNYC radio continues today as the flagship broadcaster of the NPR, PRI and APM radio networks and draws upon its rich legacy as a long-time public radio leader and innovator. WNYC AM and FM  have been joined by WQXR-FM, New Jersey Public Radio, the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space and the WNYC Studios to make up New York Public Radio. 

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