Rhode Island Radio Stations

Why scan when you can go right to the best stations?

Setting your dial to the

best Rhode Island radio stations may be one of the first things you want to do while you're visiting the "City by the Sea".

Whether you're into Mozart, Aerosmith or country music, enhance your experience driving around scenic Newport by listening to your favorite music.

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If you're like me, there is nothing more annoying than driving around a new city and having to scan through the local radio stations to find a few good ones.

I've tried to eliminate that frustration for you here, by listing some of the most popular AM and FM Rhode Island radio stations. Whether you like listening to music, news or sports, there's something on the dial for everyone.

Check out the list below for some of the most popular RI radio stations:

FM Stations

88.3 FM - Roger Williams University - Bristol - College Radio

90.3 FM - University of Rhode Island - Kingston - College Radio

92.3 FM - 92 Pro FM - Providence - Top 40

94.1 FM - 94HJY - Providence - Rock

95.5 FM - Brown Universtiy - Providence - Alternative

95.9 FM - Classical 95.9 - Block Island - Classical

98.1 FM - Cat Country - New Bedford, MA - Country

99.7 FM - The Score (ESPN Radio) - Wakefield-Peacedale - Sports

101.5 FM - B-101 - Providence - Oldies

105.1 - Lite 105 - Providence - Adult Contemporary

106.3 FM - Hot 106 - Woonsocket - Hip Hop

AM Stations

630 AM - WPRO - Providence - News/Talk

790 AM - The Score (ESPN Radio) - Wakefield-Peacedale - Sports

920 AM - WHJJ - Providence - News/Talk

1110 AM - WPMZ - East Providence - Spanish Radio

1230 AM - WXNI - Westerly - National Public Radio (NPR)

1540 AM - WADK - Newport - News/Talk/Smooth Jazz

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