WJJW: The student-run radio station of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Thanks for checking out our brand new website for WJJW, the student-run radio station at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, MA. We’re off to a great start this year, with over 30 active programs run by both veteran and new DJs.

We’re currently anticipating our full-internet online stream for the week of November 1st. We had some technical issues regarding the upgrade earlier this month, but we will be selecting a service next week and will be getting things going very soon! Stay tuned!

This website will function as a WJJW blog, with news and updates about the station, as well as music and news-related posts by our DJs.

For students on the MCLA Campus network, you can listen to the station online at:

http://audio.mcla.edu
http://audio.mcla.edu
http://audio.mcla.edu

Also, check us out on Facebook!

If you are a student at MCLA and would like to get involved with WJJW, please contact any of the following E-Board members: Tyson Luneau, Stephan Rochefort, Jarret Widdop, or Joanna Finfer.

Thanks!

- Tyson Luneau (Station Manager)

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  2. Jojo

    Awesome website! I’m really excited this was done for the station. Now let’s do what we do best and branch out our great station to everyone by streaming! :)

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