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Hickory Tavern Fundraiser

Please join WCOM hosts at the Hickory Tavern 370-110 East Main Street in Carrboro on Thursday November 6th between 5PM and 10PM for a 10 year celebration and fundraiser.

10% of your bill will go to the station when you drop your receipt in the collection box at the entrance before you leave.

Proceeds from the event will help keep our all volunteer radio station strong.

WCOM thanks the Hickory Tavern for allowing us to use their facility for our celebration and fundraiser.

UnderCurrents Underwriting

About a year ago WCOM entered into an agreement with Native Voice One to provide the station with music when no programming is scheduled. We have received all positive feedback about the service and their selection of music.

Begining in the fall, WCOM will have to pay for the service and needs to raise funds to cover the subscription cost. Although we have not received a final invoice, we estimate that it will cost WCOM about $800 per year.

A long time friend of WCOM has agreed to match any donation made to keep UnderCurrents on the station.

If you like UnderCurrents and would like it to continue on the station, please consider a donation. If the donation is made via PayPal, please put UnderCurrents in the comment section.

Thanks for your support which helps keep this gem of the community on the air!

WCOM Board Visits Time Out

Three members of the WCOM Board of Directors visit Bill Hendrickson on Time Out. The discussion covered the corporate structure, how to effectively use community media, station finances and fund raising, the purpose of community radio and how to listen outside the Carrboro area.  Click here to listen to the PodCast.

Indy Week's Best of the Triangle

For the second year in a row, WCOM 103.5 was a Finalist in Indy Week's Best of the Triangle, Non-Profit Radio Station category.

Nice testimonial, too: "WCOM radio does for radio what the farm-to-table movement did for food. Local, organic radio: owned, managed and created by locals FOR locals. Creative nutrition for the WHOLE Triangle. Something for everyone." 

Thanks to everyone who voted for WCOM!

The Voice of the People

The May 22, 2014 edition of The Chapel Hill Weekly features WCOM and its 10th Anniversary as Carrboro's community radio station.

Currently, the article is available here in PDF format.

Thanks to the Chapel Hill Weekly for a wonderful article about a wonderful station!

Google Fiber Movie

Raleigh-Durham is one of nine metro areas invited to work with Google to help them explore bringing in Google Fiber Optic Internet Access. Since Carrboro is one of the cities being considered, Courage Cocktail Radio Show invited Arik Abel of Everest Live who produced a movie which has been submitted to Google to illustrate the benefits of installing Google Fiber in our area.

The move can be viewed at

Courage Cocktail Radio Show is featured at 25:28

Annette Stone - Carrborro Comm. & Economic Development Director and Andy Vogel - Information and Technology Manager can be seen at 36:06

Congressman Price On Time Out

Congressman David Price and retired Ambassador Michael Cotter were guests on Time Out, Monday, May 5.  The conversation mostly was about foreign affairs, with special emphasis on the situation in Ukraine and with East/West relations.  Bill Hendrickson is WCOM’s host on Time Out.


Community Radio Promotes History Lesson from Stagville Plantation

Courage Cocktail Radio Show, hosted and produced by Lee Anne McClymont on Wednesday's at NOON ET,  was honored to feature the photography of Dr. Brenda Scot.  Dr. Scott's collection of photographs called, "Stagville Plantation: Black and White,"   opens  at the NC Museum of History in Raleigh, NC on March 1, 2014. The Courage Cocktail Radio Show titled, "Voice and View," supports the exhibit. The  NC Museum of History website promotes Courage Cocktail Show #100: Historic Stagville: Black and White to engage and develop their visitors' experience with the exhibit.  In addition to Dr. Scott's photographs, Courage Cocktail  showcased the stunning vocals of Yolanda Hall  who performed live in the WCOM radio studio as a soundscape to  Dr. Scott's photographs. Speaking on behalf of the Historic Stagville Plantation was Beverly McNeil, Stagville Board Member, who provided the  historical context of Stagville Plantation. Exhibit opens at the NC Museum of History, MARCH 1, 2014.

Musicians Alert:

Got a new release or a gig in the area? We want your music!

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Carrboro, NC 27510
Office: 919.929.9601
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