The Module 2 training will happen on Monday, September 12th – 6:30-8:30pm.
Portsmouth Community Radio 106.1 FM will devote special programming to the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and to honor the victims. Five programs will participate in the broadcasts over six days beginning Thursday, Sept. 8. Anita Croteau, host of “This ‘n’ That With Anita” (Thursday, 3-5 p.m.) will devote her program […]
with JIM ALVINO Now Mondays, 10 to noon – Taking over for “Raised on Radio” (which is taking a hiatus) Jim Alvino has a mission, and that is to prove that artists such as KISS, Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Motley Crue and others of that ilk had way more hits than the one song apiece […]
Do you have what it takes to serve WSCA as Director of Communications? If interested: • Please review the Job Description of this unpaid position. • Respond with a letter describing your qualifications for the position (You may attach a resume if you like). • Include in the letter three references, with contact information. • […]
Portsmouth Community Radio is preparing to expand its news and public affairs programming. We are looking for volunteers, and we can train you to be producers, engineers, audio editors, writers, reporters, and other roles. We also need folks to help us present special events. Interested? Email our Director of News & Public Affairs, Ann Haggart, […]
From 10:00 to noon every Saturday morning, WSCA will be doing live on-site broadcasts from the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market. Every half hour during the ‘Scratchy 45s’ show, Kim Sedlock and Charlie Griffin will be interviewing a wide variety of the market’s clients and vendors, including newcomers, longtime residents, performers (from the WSCA live music stand), […]
Do you have what it takes to serve as WSCA’s Music Director or Assistant Music Director? Check out the descriptions of those volunteer roles and email volunteer coordinator if interested.
Thanks for your support during our recent membership drive! As a new or renewing member, you are entitled to a variety of discounts at local businesses. Check it out and enjoy!
The author is policy director of the Prometheus Radio Project, which advocates for low-power community radio. After three runs in Congress and 10 years of mounting grassroots pressure, the Local Community Radio Act was signed into law on Jan. 4. Radio lovers, would-be independent broadcasters and communities without access to local media are celebrating a […]
From Terry MacDonald (Board Vice Chair) Hello, everybody! On behalf of your Board of Trustees, I hope you’ll join me in expressing our gratitude to Alan Brady for his service during the past year as our Board Chair, at the same time saying congratulations to Ann Bliss, who was elected unanimously as our new Board […]