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WBER 2596 Baird Road, Penfield, New York, 14526-2333, USA
Request Line: 585-381-4353 | Office Phone: (585)-419-8190 wber@monroe.edu

WBER is a listener and school district supported community radio station owned and operated by the Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Monroe #1. Serving the Rochester and Western New York area since 1985, as a real life training ground for students in Monroe #1 BOCES Eastern Monroe Career Center (EMCC) Radio and Television Career & Technical Education (CTE) class, students from participating school districts via their radio clubs, as well as members of the community interested in learning about radio broadcasting. WBER also offers remote broadcasting services to area school districts which currently include Webster, West Irondequoit,Brighton and Fairport. WBER is o­ne of America's first full time Alternative Music radio stations, believing in and supporting this genre of music long before it became commercially viable.


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WBER 2596 Baird Road, Penfield, New York, 14526-2333, USA
Request Line: 585-381-4353 | Office Phone: (585)-419-8190 wber@monroe.edu

WBER is a listener and school district supported community radio station owned and operated by the Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Monroe #1. Serving the Rochester and Western New York area since 1985, as a real life training ground for students in Monroe #1 BOCES Eastern Monroe Career Center (EMCC) Radio and Television Career & Technical Education (CTE) class, students from participating school districts via their radio clubs, as well as members of the community interested in learning about radio broadcasting. WBER also offers remote broadcasting services to area school districts which currently include Webster, West Irondequoit,Brighton and Fairport. WBER is o­ne of America's first full time Alternative Music radio stations, believing in and supporting this genre of music long before it became commercially viable.


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 WBER's Marathon Fundraiser Part 1: The First 15 Years
Front Page 2014 marks the 30th year of WBER radio operations, thanks to you, our faithful listeners, who have helped us truly become The ONLY Station That Matters!

To celebrate our 30 years of great music, we’re having a two-phase fundraiser. As a listener and school district supported, non-commercial radio station owned and operated by Monroe #1 BOCES, we depend heavily upon our listeners for a significant portion of the station’s annual operating budget. WBER provides a real-life training facility and internship opportunities for students and members of the community interested in radio broadcasting. 
 
Starting at 6:00 A.M., Friday, November 21st, we’ll play tunes from the 1985 through 1999 era – our first 15 years –- and listeners can make a donation in support of WBER, and at the same time vote for their favorite year. We’ll stay on the air as long as it takes to reach the Phase I goal of $20,000. Next Spring, we’ll cover 2000 through 2014.

2014 marks the 30th year of WBER radio operations, thanks to you, our faithful listeners, who have helped us truly become The ONLY Station That Matters!

To celebrate our 30 years of great music, we’re having a two-phase fundraiser. As a listener and school district supported, non-commercial radio station owned and operated by Monroe #1 BOCES, we depend heavily upon our listeners for a significant portion of the station’s annual operating budget. WBER provides a real-life training facility and internship opportunities for students and members of the community interested in radio broadcasting. 
 
Starting at 6am, Friday, November 21st, we’ll play tunes from the 1985 through 1999 era – our first 15 years –- and listeners can make a donation in support of WBER, and at the same time vote for their favorite year. We’ll stay on the air as long as it takes to reach the Phase I goal of $20,000. Next Spring, we’ll cover 2000 through 2014.





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 WBER EMAIL LIST
Front Page If you'd like to sign up for the WBER email list, send an email to wber@monroe.edu. The email list will keep you updated on the following:

-fundraising activities

-giveaways

-free stuff

-artist interviews

and more!


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