XPoNential Radio

From WXPN, Philadelphia, PA

XPoNential Radio is a new 24/7 Triple-A (adult album alternative) service produced by WXPN. XPoNential will showcase an array of artists and music with a unique mix of emerging and heritage contemporary musicians. For this initial phase, XPoNentialfeatures eight hours of fresh programming daily, repeated three times, and is unhosted. To get a sense of this music service, visit XPoNential Radio is similar to, but completely separate from, WXPN’s current on-air broadcast.XPoNential Radio is available as an HD-2 service, a side stream for your site or for overnight, weekend or other terrestrial use.



XPoNential Radio contains a 0:59 break/music bed at the end of each hour, allowing stations to ID, to promote, and to join/leave the programming seamlessly.


Currently, there’s an annual $3,000 fee for XPoNential Radio.


XPoNential Radio is distributed via the internet to your station.

PAD (Program Automated Data):

Since PAD standards (the station ID, song title, album, and artist information displayed on the face of the radio) are not finalized PAD data streams will not be offered at launch. However, each service is committed to offering PAD data when the technology standards are finalized.

XPoNential Radio Logos

Black & White (line art)



  • Print (300 dpi EPS, PMS Coated)
  • Print (300 dpi EPS, PMS Uncoated)
  • Print (300 dpi EPS, CMYK Coated)
  • Print (300 dpi EPS, CMYK Uncoated)
  • Web (72 dpi GIF)

Logo Usage Help

Print: Print logos are .EPS files that are used for high resolution projects. They are best used on high-end print jobs such as advertisements, banners, or brochures. They are also used by some desktop publishing programs; consult your software’s manual for more information.

Web: Web logos are .GIF files prepared for display on the Web. They have a limited number of colors to save download time for the user. Web logos are not suitable for other uses. Re-sizing (scaling) Web logos is also not recommended. Please request help if you need a different size of a particular logo.


HD Radio

HD Radio technology enables AM and FM radio stations to broadcast their programs digitally - a tremendous technological leap from the familiar analog broadcasts of the past. These digital broadcasts provide listeners with new wireless data services and radically improved audio quality and reception.

It's free and it's local.