Is WBRU on the brink?

Sean Smyth
Wed Jul 19 17:10:02 EDT 2017

According to Providence Monthly, it's up for sale.,24147

It's one of my music presets and I'll hate losing it, though I understand
why it's happening. Like WHRB, it's run by an independent corporation. I'm
guessing the financials are less of a concern at WHRB, but you wonder how
long such student-run independent terrestrial stations can, or will want
to, hold on. Anyone younger than 30 who lives in an environment with wifi
hotspots everywhere doesn't appreciate the power of the radio waves.

(h/t to Radio Insight)
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