WHRW - FM 90.5 - Binghamton, NY

The independent voice of the Southern Tier

On the AM dial in 1963 and the third FM station in Binghamton in 1966, WHRW is a free-format college/community radio station, offering the only ... See more true alternative on the FM radio dial. WHRW broadcasts 2000 watts to the Binghamton area and surrounding communities. A clear, stereo signal can be heard at least 25 miles out of town. Anybody can become a jock at WHRW. Click "Become a WHRW Jock" above for the 411. Our DJs love do what they do because they love music and they love sharing it with and entertaining their listeners. In a sense, the most wonderful thing about WHRW is that our responsibility to them is to keep doing whatever we like, because it often makes for great radio. WHRW sponsors a number of on-campus and off-campus events every year, including concerts and fundraisers, and we attend the local summer festivals to get the word out. WHRW General Manager 1998-2000 Paul Battaglia was killed in the World Trade Center attacks on September 11th, 2001. Paul was a legendary figure at WHRW and was one of the most popular and productive GMs we've ever had, not to mention a good friend to many at the station.

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Binghamton - New York, United States - English

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Binghamton University University Union Room: WB06 (West Basement 06) Binghamton, NY 13902-6000

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