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Welcome to WMBR
WMBR is the MIT campus radio station. We broadcast on 88.1 FM between 20 and 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. We transmit at 720 watts, effective radiated power from the top of the Eastgate Building in Kendall Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our programming includes a wide range of music shows, public affairs programs and eclectic audio entertainment.
MIT Students
Are you a new MIT student who's interested in radio?
 
Or have you been at the 'Tute for a few years but you've never taken the time to explore the exciting world of radio broadcasting?
 
Now's a great time to get involved with WMBR!
 
To find out more about getting involved with WMBR, send email to membership@wmbr.org.
 
In the meantime, be sure to check us out. We're at 88.1 MHz on the FM dial. Our programming tends to be a bit more eclectic than that of commercial radio stations higher up the dial. As you can see from our Program Schedule, we air quite a diverse set of programs, so we're sure you'll find something that you like.
 
You can listen to WMBR on Athena!
 
Upcoming Special Events:
Saturday, Apr 20
8:00a-10:00a
The Beantown Buckaroos Perform Live on WMBR's Lost Highway Program
Sunday, Apr 21
6:00p- 8:00p
"How I Got Over" on WMBR's Subject to Change Program
Monday, Apr 22
2:00p- 4:00p
Barry Guy, Charles Mingus, and Gene Ammons Featured on WMBR's Research & Development Program
Tuesday, Apr 23
8:00p-10:00p
Greed Island Performs Live on WMBR's Pipeline
Saturday, Apr 27
8:00a-10:00a
Hank Wonder Perform Live on WMBR's Lost Highway Program
Monday, Apr 29
2:00p- 4:00p
Duke Ellington & Johnny Griffin Featured on WMBR's Research & Development Program
Now On the Air
Talkin' Tunes

with Aidan Faustina and Klajdi Gjonaj
For better or worse, Talkin' Tunes is back! The bois play the classics you know and love (or the ones you've never heard of) and chat about the folklore, history, and connections between them.
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