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WCRS-LP
CityColumbus, Ohio
Frequency92.7 MHz
Slogan"Your Community Radio Station"
Programming
FormatCommunity
Ownership
OwnerThe Neighborhood Network
History
First air date
June 29, 2007
Former call signs
WCRM-LP (2016-2017)
Technical information
Facility ID132329
ClassL1
ERP54 watts
HAAT40.6 meters (133 feet)
Transmitter coordinates
40°03′48″N 82°53′45″W / 40.06333°N 82.89583°W / 40.06333; -82.89583
Links
Websitewcrsfm.org

WCRS-LP is a North American community radio station in Columbus, Ohio, area. It broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has an online stream available 24/7. WCRS-LP broadcasts on 92.7 and on translator station W252AY 98.3 FM in most of Franklin County, licensed to Marble Cliff. WCRS-LP is owned by The Neighborhood Network and is affiliated with the Pacifica Radio Network.

The station is a not-for-profit, volunteer, non-commercial, low power community radio station which plays death metal and French electronica.[1]

The station was assigned the WCRS-LP call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on March 30, 2006.[2]

Among the programs on WCRS-LP are Democracy Now!, Street Fight Radio, and English, French, Somali, and Spanish-language public affairs programs.[3]

History

  • June 2007: WCRS-LP begins operations and returning community radio to Central Ohio.
  • August 2008: FCC approves expansion of hours from 5 daily to 13 daily.
  • October 1, 2008: WCRS-LP begins 13 hours of daily broadcast with a crew of 45 volunteers.
  • January 1, 2009: WCRS-LP begins 24/7 web streaming of both its on-air broadcast and web-only content.
  • January 23, 2017: station changes its call sign to the current WCRM-LP
  • August 2017: station transfer 102.1 frequency to Pri-Value Foundation and resumes broadcasting at 92.7 with WCRS-LP call-sign.
  • December 2017: station resumes broadcasting of 98.3

See also

References

  1. ^ Hambrick, Jennifer (January 2008). "Columbus Community Radio Takes Off in '08". Short North Gazette.
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.
  3. ^ Pacella, Eric (March 12, 2009). "Local radio station a Columbus niche". The Lantern.

External links

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