Save College Radio! Save WPTC 88.1


SAVE COLLEGE RADIO!

SAVE WPTC 88.1!

 

WPTC 88.1 is Penn College of Technology's student radio station.

Located in Williamsport, Pennsylvania

After the Spring 2013 semester, Penn College is ending its Mass Media Communication major, and along with it, may shut down WPTC.

 

College radio focuses on art, not dollar signs. We don't have to worry about pleasing advertisers, or playing music that will attract the masses. We get to play the music we want you to hear. There are thousands of artists that deserve just as much air time as top dollar artists, and college radio is the platform for those people. College radio is all about the music.

College radio deserves your support.

You've heard our voices, NOW LET'S HEAR YOURS!

 

 

 

Links

pct.edu/WPTC

This is the website for our radio station WPTC. You can stream us live on here, and check out current news Bout the station.javascript:nicTemp();

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    smashing top seo, Russian Federation

    11 months ago Comments: nt7NSG Really informative article.Thanks Again.
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    Jill Webb, United States

    1 year ago Comments: I looked forward every year to a summer filled with jazz music. My radio stayed tuned to 88.1 all summer. I loved the different hosts, especially Dr. Ray and Mike Hersh. I am devastated at the loss of this marvelous program. I don't know who has picked up the station, but it is horrible. The same music is played over and over every day, sometimes within the same hour. I have now turned off 88.1 and gone to my cable TV for jazz. What a pity!!
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    Jill Webb, United States

    1 year ago Comments: Being a jazz lover, I looked forward every summer to having jazz available 24/7. I enjoyed Dr. Ray, Mike Hersh, and all the other hosts. My radio stayed tuned only to 88.1 and was only off when I was sleeping. I am so disappointed in the recent changes. It's no longer the same. Part of the enjoyment of the programming was the input from the hosts. You just can't eliminate the human element.
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