WMSC-FM - Campus Radio Station
Student Productions -- School of Communication and Media
The Voice of Montclair State University
WMSC is a college radio station owned by Montclair State University.
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WMSC-FM features a variety of programming including alternative music, news, sports, talk and special features. It is operated largely by University students with support from the School of Communication and Media’s professional staff. The station broadcasts locally at 90.3 MHz and worldwide via www.wmscradio.com.
Students in the School are especially encouraged to become involved with WMSC to gain hands-on experience with radio broadcasting and streaming as communication mediums.
Additionally, WMSC welcomes all Montclair State University undergraduate students to join the organization. There are several opportunities for on & off air positions. Training is provided by our staff.
To learn more about the Radio Station Facility and a history of WMSC, go to:
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