Classical (was: Fairbanks WKLB/WCLB & WCRB

Rob Landry
Fri Jan 20 16:40:31 EST 2017

I happen to serve on WHRB's board of trustees. WHRB is student-operated 
and non-profit, but it has a commercial license and sells ads to pay its 

The music is chosen by students, and while they have some guidelines they 
are largely free to program what they choose. The station is also managed 
by students; the Board of Trustees holds the license. The University does 
not own WHRB or support it beyond allowing it to maintain studios on 
campus. The transmitter site is in downtown Boston, paid for out of 
advertising revenue.


On Thu, 19 Jan 2017, Don wrote:

> Since we have a few classical music aficionados on the
> list, I'd be interested in your thoughts...
> When I scan, I quite often come across WHRB 95.3 playing
> Classical music during the day.  They seem to play some
> funky stuff and unusual classical pieces...and some
> longer pieces.
> The stationality and presentation are pretty plain
> vanilla...but considering they are non-commercial, I
> wondered if it would be a good option for those that
> like classical music/radio....
> I think WHRB has always been my memory
> anyhow.  ;-)
> Any opinions ? 
> D

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