- About Us
- Broadcast Schedule
- Syndicated Shows
- PSA Information
- Our Signal
Serving Londonderry at 102.9FM and on Cable Channel 28, LEO 103 is a low-power radio station licensed to the Londonderry Public Schools. The administrator responsible for our station is Gail March, Coordinator of Library, Media & Technology Services.
Our official callsign is WLLO-LP. We are authorized by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to broadcast with 100 watts of power from an antenna located at North School. You can see a record of our applications and other filings with the FCC online.
Low-Power FM (LPFM) radio is a service that allows small, nonprofit community and local radio stations to operate in open spots of the FM radio band.
We love to play music by local artists, and our mix includes work by people in our community and bands made up of Londonderry school students. If you're a local musician and you want to get your music on LEO 103, email us, or send us a CD at this address:
Londonderry School District
268 Mammoth Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
We promise that we'll check out all the music we receive, but we cannot broadcast material that is not appropriate under school district policies or FCC rules.
|Contemporary & Classic Mix||Kid's Music|
|Morning Music||Kid's Programs|
|Country for Lunch||Big Band|
11:30AM and 1:30 PM
Saturdays at 2PM
Attention: Londonderry Non-Profits
Get your events and activities on local radio! LEO 103 is the school district's radio station. We can be heard on 102.9 FM and Comcast cable channels 21 and 28 as background audio.
Send press releases and notices to: Radio services and include "LEO 103 PSA" in the message. Please include a contact email and/or phone number for more information or clarification.
LHS students will revise for radio if necessary, and record an announcement for air. Please note we request at least 10 days notice for dated information.
It may also be possible to record an interview for broadcast. If interested, please mention in email with contact information. Interviews are subject to student availability and adequate advance notice.
For more information email LHS Radio Teacher/Advisor Karen Robinson at email us or call 432-6941 ext. 2135.
As a "low-power FM" radio station, WLLO's broadcast signal is engineered to cover a small area around out transmitter at North School. This diagram shows where our signal goes.
Inside the red circle, you can hear us on just about any FM radio.
Inside the purple circle, you will hear us on your car radio, but a radio in your home may need an external antenna.
Inside the blue circle, you will almost certainly need a good outdoor antenna.