Hey listeners and friends of WSCA, we are committed to broadcasting our usual diverse programming to you 24 x 7. Please be aware that the majority of our programs will broadcast as scheduled. A few of our programs may not be on-air, but will return soon. Regardless, you can expect us to remain on the air and to continue to offer you a healthy distraction from the news of the day. You can also stay tuned for important community updates relating to the pandemic. We appreciate your continued loyal support of WSCA!

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues with cases identified in the United States and in New Hampshire, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New Hampshire (NH) Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Division of Public Health Services’ (DPHS), are monitoring the situation. Information about this outbreak is available on the NHDHHS website and continuously being updated.

What is WSCA and the Button Factory Stage doing?

Due to an increase in local COVID-19 / Coronavirus cases and suspected cases, WSCA and the Button Factory Stage have CANCELLED or POSTPONED all events until at least April 15, 2020.

We’re keeping the on-air studio clean, by wiping down all surfaces in the studio after each use and refraining from having in-studio guests at this time.

Latest news about Coronavirus (COVID-19) from our Seacoast area art & music venues:

The City of Portsmouth

3S Artspace

The Music Hall

Seacoast Rep Theater

Portsmouth Music & Arts Center (PMAC)

The Press Room

Strawbery Banke

The Kittery Dance Hall

Portsmouth Public Library

In the spirit of collaboration, we, the Portsmouth area arts nonprofits, make this united call to action to ensure that our community’s cherished cultural organizations survive the impact of COVID-19.http://bit.ly/supportseacoastarts