WNTI is a member supported public radio station providing non-commercial FM broadcast service for northern New Jersey and northeast Pennsylvania, with a coverage area encompassing an estimated population of over 1 million people. WNTI supports the arts and cultural richness of the region as well as Centenary College's role of community service and outreach.
WNTI's programming format is AAA (Adult Album Alternative) with a variety of specialty music, arts, and entertainment programs on weeknights and weekends. WNTI also provides NPR news on the hour, local news produced by Centenary College's journalism department and regional public affairs programming through programs such as Contours. The dedicated staff is committed to providing and creating a quality public radio service for the region. Our programming is produced locally, regionally and nationally. National Public Radio (NPR) and independent producers are the main source of national programs.
WNTI is licensed to and operated by Centenary College and first went on the air December 8, 1958. Studios are located on the first floor of the David and Carol Lackland Center on the campus of Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ.
WNTI operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, broadcasting on 91.9 FM and also streaming live - online Listen Live page. The transmitter is located in Independence Township in Warren County, New Jersey. WNTI is member and underwriter supported with 75% of our funding coming from private sources.