WMRE - Atlanta, GA

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WMRE began as a low-budget idea in 1983, with call letters WEMO. In 1985 students began the laborious task of creating a modern radio station ... See more at Emory. After four years of persistent effort, on January 20, 1989, Emory's student operated radio station, WMRE, the Voice of Emory, began broadcasting. At first, WMRE was carried through a carrier current system throughout the university. The signal was only available to on-campus listeners, and was broadcast over the 590AM. Due to neglect and maintenance problems, the cable connection deteriorated, and 590AM was soon nothing but a faint buzz through the speakers. Soon thereafter, WMRE began broadcasting on Emory University's Cable System. Although once again WMRE was only available to listeners on campus, it breathed new life into the station. On September 30, 1998, due to a dedicated staff, WMRE began broadcasting on the Internet through RealAudio and RealVideo. Today, WMRE enjoys a worldwide audience, and can be heard, and viewed via a web-cam at www.wmre.fm and on the Emory Campus Cable channel 26.

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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Studio: 404.727.9673 Office: 404.727.9672 Office Fax: 404.712.8000

WMRE PO Drawer AG Atlanta, GA 30322

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