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91.7 FM, alternative radio for Washington County, radio for listeners. Homegrown student and community broadcasting, nationally syndicated entertainment programs, world news headlines from Feature Story News, non-corporate news from Democracy Now, and a wide variety of music from alternative to jazz. WNJR has won awards from the National Association of Bar Executives, March of Dimes Achievement in Radio Awards, Washington Jazz Society, College Media Association, and Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters. Organized radio at Washington and Jefferson College started in 1961 as WAJC, followed by WJCR and WXJX. WNJR has been broadcasting since 2003 at 1500 watts from the top of the Washington Trust Building. Studios are in The Commons on campus.
To participate as a student broadcaster, contact Student Station Manager Liz Pace. Non-student community residents should contact General Manager Anthony Fleury to discuss a program proposal. When your proposal is accepted, we'll provide all the training you need to get on the air. All community hosts are volunteers, neither charged nor paid for participating.
WNJR does not directly promote commercial products or services through its broadcast, web site, or social media sites.
WNJR, Washington & Jefferson College, 60 South Lincoln Street, Washington PA, 15301
Station Manager Liz | Assistant Station Manager Allyse | Jazz Music Director Patrick | General Manager Anthony
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To make a tax-deductible donation to WNJR visit the secure Donation Form. Type "WNJR Radio" in the box labeled "Other preference(s) or additional comments about your gift." Or mail a check to:
Washington & Jefferson College
60 South Lincoln Street
Washington PA 1530