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Welcome to WMBR
WMBR is the MIT campus radio station. We broadcast on 88.1 FM 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. We transmit at 640 watts, effective radiated power from the top of Building E37 in Kendall Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our programming includes a wide range of music shows, public affairs programs and eclectic audio entertainment.
MIT Students
Hey MIT Students! Join WMBR!

WMBR is a student-run community broadcaster, serving Cambridge and the greater Boston area on 88.1 FM, and the rest of the world via our live stream on wmbr.org.

We are always looking for new student members, whether you want to do a radio show, podcast, help with maintaining and upgrading our broadcast equipment, or gain valuable experience helping to manage and lead a nonprofit organization that is an eclectic mix of MIT students, staff, and members of the local community.

To find out more about joining WMBR, send us a message at membership@wmbr.org.

In the meantime, be sure to check us out. We're at 88.1 MHz on the FM dial, or you can listen online here.

From the WMBR Blog:
My Lady Jane
by Bruce Sylvester Looking back to 16th-century Renaissance England, no fiction writer could invent the ruling Tudor family with oft-married Henry VIII, Bloody Mary, cautious Queen Elizabeth, and the boy king Edward VI, who became the monarch at age nine. Then there was the first Tudor king’s granddaughter Lady Jane Grey, a brilliant scholar. In (continue reading...)
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