WRMC is located at Middlebury College, in Middlebury, Vermont, and is entirely student-run. We are dedicated to providing a diverse range of alternative programming both locally, to the Champlain Valley, and internationally, to the far-reaching Middlebury College community. In a time when college radio stations are becoming less prevalent, we strive to demonstrate the value of the truly unique medium that is small college radio.
WRMC is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission and operates on the assigned frequency of 91.1 MHz with an effective radiated power of 2,900 watts. WRMC is a member of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters and a subscribing member of the Associated Press.
Brandi Fullwood ’17
Rachael Morris ’17
Bella Carey ‘17.5
Maggie Danna ‘16.5
Maddy Goodhart ’19
Meg Daly ’18
Jeremy Alben ’18
Daria Cenedella ’18
Matt Barr ‘17.5 Library Manager
WRMC 91.1 FM
Middlebury, VT 05753
Request Line: 802.443.6323
Business Office: 802.493.6324
Music Department: 802.443.6324
Music Directors for Summer 2016: Maddy Goodhart & Bella Carey
Office hours: TBA
Summer Programming and Station Management will begin in late June.
General Inquiries: email@example.com
WRMC 91.1 FM accepts all press releases, promotional items, music, etc.
March 6th, 2013
WRMC Launches New WebsiteWRMC launches a brand-new website, aiming to straddle the online music world and good old-fashion radio in order to bring its audience the fullest listening experience it can!
November 12th, 2000
Extending Our ReachOn this day, WRMC begins broadcasting at 2900 watts from a newly constructed antenna, located atop the smokestack at Facilities Management. This same year, WRMC launched its website, and with ...
May 1st, 1998
First SepomanaWRMC's first Sepomana concert was first held in 1998 thanks to a loophole in the Student Government Association's financing rules. The name was invented and has no additional significance. The ...
March 17th, 1981
WRMC Goes 100 Watt
In the early 80s, WRMC faced near disaster when the FCC threatened to downgrade all ten watt stations to “secondary status.” Along with 600 other condemned “electronic sandboxes”, as the ...
October 9th, 1956
WMCRS Becomes WRMC 91.7 FMIn its early years, WMCRS’s broadcasting range was limited to the confines of the college and it barely even reached all of the dorms. In 1967, however, the real revolution ...
May 1st, 1949
First BroadcastFounding engineer John Bowker ‘52 and original WRMC president James W. Kitchell ‘51 broadcast for the first time from a small chicken coop located in the backyard of Professor John ...