WCOM invites all public service organizations to send us your announcements about events. Just use the email on our Submit PSA page to send us the information. Our DJs and program hosts will do their best to get it on the air for you. Thanks for helping us be "your voice in the community".
Keep up with WCOM's voices online and on the go. Not only do we stream around the world 24 hours a day but we also are on social media. Our Facebook and Twitter pages bring you updates on the latest station events and special show announcements. Follow us, friend us, but most of all listen and support us. Community radio is a precious thing to have in a community. So hoot and holler for WCOM!!!! Click the icons to visit our pages.
We know your dial is always tuned to 103.5, but it's hard to listen 24/7. Many hosts now post their shows so you can download and listen anytime. Check our podcast page, where we are adding content daily. Our podcasts make it easy to subscribe to the feed and get the shows downloaded automatically to your computer. Check it out!
WCOM is a community radio station with a studio in downtown Carrboro, North Carolina, broadcasting a 100-watt signal from an antenna at Scroggs Elementary School in Southern Village in Chapel Hill at 103.5 FM. WCOM is the first low-power FM community radio station in the area to be set up under a program established by the Federal Communications Commission in 2000 to license "LPFM" (Low Power FM) stations. Low-power FM is grassroots radio - an effort to counterbalance the increasing concentration of radio ownership by a few large corporations.