Listen to Radio Artifact on 91.7 WVXU HD2.
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Fans of AAA music and the Cincinnati music scene, you can hear Radio Artifact (a local music service owned and produced by Northside's Urban Artifact) in crystal-clear HD Radio™ on 91.7 WVXU-HD2, as well as streaming on wvxu.org and on our free mobile app. Radio Artifact is committed to local musicians and WVXU is happy to extend their service, and support the local music community, through this HD2 channel.
About Radio Artifact
Radio Artifact is owned and operated by Northside's Urban Artifact brewery. In addition to being available at 91.7 WVXU HD2, it broadcasts on 1660 AM and streams live at radioartifact.com. Cincinnati Public Radio and 91.7 WVXU have no editorial responsibilities or control over the station's programming.
Urban Artifact founder Scott Hand conceived the station as a companion to their live music venue and as a vehicle for spreading the word about Cincinnati's vibrant music and performing arts scene. "We've made so many incredible connections listening and working with the local performing arts community, that an extension into radio was the next step to creating a bigger platform for artists to reach people," said Hand. "We're working on great programming and new plans to continue to build support for Cincinnati artists."
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