WAPS (91.3 FM, "91.3 The Summit") is an American non-commercial educational radio station serving in and licensed to Akron, Ohio. The station is owned and operated by the Akron Public Schools system and airs an Adult album alternative (AAA) format seven days a week, including NPR's World Cafe weekday evenings. The station broadcasts worldwide via streaming audio from the station website. It strives to offer programming not heard on the more traditional public radio stations from Kent, Cleveland, or Youngstown and avoids duplicating programs found on other regional public radio stations. Nearly 90% of its programming is produced locally. The station's programming is simulcast Sunday through Friday in the Youngstown area via the facilities of Struthers High School station WKTL (90.7 FM). In February 2009, WAPS began airing Found Sound, a new music hour that is currently on every Saturday night.