The NPR member radio station in Albany, New York, is WAMC/Northeast Public Radio which broadcasts to the Albany Capital District of New York on AM at 1400 KHz, on FM and HD Radio at 90.3 MHz, and also streams online.
WAMC’s main FM transmitter is on Mount Greylock in North Adams, Massachusetts, on land leased from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. The station’s AM repeater transmitter is located near West Albany Memorial Park in Colonie, New York. In addition, a further network of 26 broadcast stations and translators in New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, extends broadcast coverage across eastern New York state and western New England.
WAMC broadcasts from studios on Central Avenue in Albany, and it also operates ‘The Linda’ Performing Arts Studio at the corner of Central Avenue and Quail Street in Albany which hosts events such as concerts, debates, lectures, films, and other performances.