The WFMT Radio Network
The WFMT Radio Network
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The WFMT Radio Network syndicates concerts by the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, performances in Live! at the Concertgebouw, as well as ongoing series and documentary specials such as Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin and the Peabody award winning series Leonard Bernstein: An American Life.
The WFMT Radio Network also presents a broadcasting landmark... a full season of American Opera Companies with performances from the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Los Angeles Opera On Air, San Francisco Opera and the Houston Grand Opera.
The WFMT Radio Network also offers exclusive programming from Germany's Deutsche Welle Radio, and a wide range of classical, folk, jazz, and public affairs programs to radio outlets around the world.
Over the years the WFMT Radio Network programs have won every major award and honor in broadcasting. These include the Prix Italia, George Foster Peabody Award, Major Armstrong Awards, Ohio State Awards and awards from the International Radio Festival of New York.
The Beethoven Satellite Network is the all-classical 12-hour service hosted by Peter Van De Graaff. Produced at WFMT's state-of-the-art broadcast studios, radio outlets nationally air portions of the 12-hour presentations. Program Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, programs the service conservatively, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, he doesn't hesitate to go beyond that and draws from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." The Beethoven Satellite Network is the reliable and quality programming leader in classical music format service.
The Jazz Satellite Network is the leader in mainstream nightly satellite-delivered jazz programming, selected and hosted by legendary jazz expert Bob Parlocha. The Jazz Satellite Network is spirited and involving radio with a local sound and appeal. Offered 12-hours nightly, Parlocha entertains listeners with a creative, engaging musical mix and a brief, but friendly conversational rapport, talk is always kept to a minimum. The music, not the host is the focal point of our programming.
The Beethoven and Jazz Satellite Network services are available to all ContentDepot affiliates, offering hourly rates so you only pay for the hours you use.
- For local Chicago broadcast information, visit the Programs A–Z page.
Radio Network Programming
Choose from the following WFMT Radio Network offerings:
Bioneers Radio Series (New Spring Listings)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Radio Broadcast Series (Spring Listings rev. 3/17)
Collectors' Corner with Henry Fogel (New Spring Listings)
Fiesta! (New Spring Listings)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio (New Spring Listings)
Los Angeles Philharmonic (New Spring Listings)
Lyric Opera of Chicago Broadcasts (REVISED 2013 Listings 3/17)
Music of the Baroque Holy Week Special (New Spring Listing)
New York Philharmonic This Week (New Spring Listings - rev 3/19)
San Francisco Symphony (New Spring Listings)
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival (New Spring Listings)