Saturday, December 31, 2016

Big Changes to GCR Program Schedules

As Global Community Radio celebrates its first anniversary on the air, we continue to strive to bring our partner stations and our listeners the highest quality programming available.

To that end, we've made several changes to both GCR1 and GCR2 programming schedules to attempt to better satisfy the wants and needs of both our partner stations and our listeners.

On GCR1, we've made changes weekdays at 2 AM Eastern. We will continue to air DW's Africa Link Tuesday thru Saturday at 2. This will now be followed at 2:30 by two outstanding documentary series' from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Earshot will air Tuesday thru Friday, while Pocket Docs, a weekly half hour program presenting several short documentaries and monologues, will air on Saturdays at 2:30 AM Eastern.

On Mondays at 2 AM Eastern, we are replacing the repeat of DW's Inside Europe with two programs. At 2 AM, it's The Link, a weekly broadcast from Radio Canada International, followed at 2:30 by the weekly program from Radio Sweden. You can still hear Inside Europe on Saturdays at Noon Eastern on GCR1.

Even more changes have come to early Saturday mornings on GCR1. We've decided to replace our WRN programming on Saturdays with more diverse programming that we think you will enjoy.

During the 1 AM hour on Saturdays, we are pleased to add two new programs from DW. These are actually shows from DW Television, but we feel both translate well to an audio only medium. At 1:05, after VOA headlines, we now present Quadriga. This is a weekly roundtable where some of the week's hot news issues are discussed and debated. at 1:30, we offer you Conflict Zone, a weekly one on one interview about a controversial issue. Later on, we present two new programs from the ABC in Australia. At 3:05, you can now hear Counterpoint, a weekly program offering insights and perspectives on a wide range of topics. At 4:05, we present Awaye!, a weekly series highlighting aboriginal and indigenous culture from across Australia and from around the world. Last, but certainly not least, at 5 AM Eastern, we are pleased to add Dialogos Radio to our schedule. Dialogos Radio offers interviews, commentaries, and music, with an emphasis on Greek culture.

Our relays of international public broadcasters continue unchanged Monday thru Friday overnights.

On Saturdays at 10 PM Eastern, we've replace the Adam Ritz Show (due to a lack of new shows for several weeks) with another ABC (Australia) production, The Final Cut, which we feel compliments our other film and entertainment related programs on Saturday nights.

We've made several changes to the GCR2 stream as well. The Radio Thrift Shop; has cut back to sporadic production. We may consider adding it back to our schedule at some point, but, we have chosen to add a new show to our lineup. On Monday night/Tuesday morning at Midnight Eastern, we are pleased to announce the debut of Radio Serena. This is a show offering a wide variety of music, with an emphasis on mixing 90s hits, golden Oldies, and other musical genres in a mix that is a combination of carefully programmed radio with some of the randomness of freeform community radio. This new show is the creation of Serena, or The Radio Kid, co-host of Clearing the Static, and host of The Radio Kid's Rant, both heard on GCR1. Pemberton's Basement now moves to start at 1:00 AM Eastern on GCR2.

A minor change to our Friday Classical programming. We will now alternate two live concert series on Fridays at 8 AM Eastern. We are now airing Concerts From the Library of Congress. Later this year, probably starting in June, we will again air Center Stage From Wolf Trap, and its brand new season of live concert broadcasts.

We've made a few changes to our Jazz program lineup on weekdays. We haven't dropped any Jazz shows, but we shifted the times of some of the shows so that our partner stations can carry shows in their entirety, and not partial programs, and, also, so that the programming will "flow" a bit better.

On Tuesdays, we have swapped time slots for The Jazz Scene and Jazz for the Asking, so that both of Jake Longwell's Jazz programs will now run back to back. On Thursdays, we have shifted Sound Ideas to start at 2 PM Eastern, with Cool Jazz Set at 3, and Gifts and Messages at 5 PM Eastern. Our Friday standards oriented Jazz programming now starts with Anything Goes! With Lise Avery at 2 PM, Radio Deluxe at 3, and Dick Robinson's American Standards by the Sea staying put at 5 PM Eastern.

We have made/will be making changes to our Folk/Acoustic programming as well.

We are looking for a new two hour Folk music program to run on Mondays at 10 AM Eastern. This will replace Folk Scene. This long running program has ceased production, after the passing of its longtime host, Roz Larman. We deeply regret her passing, and we have been honored to air Folk Scene for so many years, as far back as when GCR stook for Geneva Community Radio. We will air reruns of Folk Scene for now, until we find another suitable Folk music show. We would welcome suggestions from any of our partner stations and/or listeners.

On Fridays, some definite changes are being made to our Bluegrass oriented programming. We regret that we had to discontinue our airing of The Bluegrass Review. This is due to the fact that the program is no longer a free to air program. We do not have the funds needed to purchase programming at this time. We wish Phil Nusbaum the best as Bluegrass Review moves forward in 2017. We are shifting Music for the Mountain Bluegrass to start at 10 AM Eastern. Ray Ulan's Bluegrass Experiment is cutting back to a one hour program instead of two hours. This show will now run at 11 AM Eastern. At Noon, we are adding Woodwarbler's Jazzgrass Radio Show. This two hour program offers an interesting mix of Bluegrass and Jazz. We feel this will make for an interesting buffer between our Bluegrass and Jazz programs on Fridays. We hope you will agree.

Our Saturday programming has changes coming to it as well. We are swapping Paul Peters' The Pirate Years, and Kim Clark's 60's pop music show Dig!. Dig! will now run Saturdays at Noon Eastern, with Pirate Years airing Wednesday nights at 10 PM Eastern. We are adding a new Rock show at 4 PM Eastern called Geezer Rock. This program offers new tracks from iconic rock and roll artists. You're not likely to hear these new tracks on your typical Classic Rock radio station. This will shift Saving the 70s, Motown Memories, Spectrum and Upfront Soul to each start one hour later. For now, the weekly Blues FM program is on hiatus due to some health issues experienced by the host, Left Enright. We wish him a speedy recovery, and will do what we can to return the series to our Blues programming when new shows become available.

As you can see, there are a lot of changes here! As always, we want feedback from our partner stations and our listeners. Tell us what you think! E-mail us at with your thoughts on how we can better improve our programming.

All the best,

Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

Thursday, November 10, 2016

GCR1 Programming Changes

Dear GCR1 Partner Stations and Listeners:

We've recently made some changes to our program schedule for Global Community Radio Channel One. These changes were made due to changes to, or the cancellation of, a few GCR1 programs.

We recently dropped Maternally Yours Radio due to the lack of new episodes. We're sorry to see this series go away, as we felt it served as a very educational and informative series for expectant and new mothers. If a similar series becomes available in the future, we will certainly consider adding it to our program schedule. In the meantime, we have added The Bioneers, a series focusing on a variety of environmental and social issues, Healty Moments, a short weekly module on a variety of health topics, and For Women Over Forty, a series dealing with a variety of issues facing women as they age. This hour of new programming runs on Tuesdays from 10 to 11 AM Eastern.

The youth magazine Pulse, produced by DW in Germany, has been cut back to 20 minutes per week. We will continue to air Pulse every Friday at 4:30 PM Eastern. To round out the half hour, we are adding a short human interest segment from VOA called American Cafe, running at around 4:50 PM Eastern.

Lastly, it appears that the Canadian drama series Decoder Ring Theatre has transitioned from an audio podcast to a video podcast series. As GCR is a radio service, we don't feel this transition fits well with our mission. So, we have added The Radio Theater Project, a series of radio drams recorded live at community station KSVR in Skagit Valley, Washington. This series will air Saturdays at 11:30 PM Eastern. Stay tuned for more developments concerning the !! PM hour on Saturdays.

As always, feedback from station managers and listeners alike is always welcome.

Thanks for listening to and supporting Global Community Radio

Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

GCR1 to air special war of the worlds marathon broadcast

Tune into GCR1 on Halloween night for a special six hour War of the Worlds marathon broadcast, as we pay tribute to the iconic 1938 broadcast which caused a nationwide panic, as millions of Americans believed that the Earth was being invaded by Martians. You'll hear the original Mercury Theater on the Air adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel War of the Worlds, as well as more recent broadcasts inspired by the original. This is available on our partner station Wings Radio 1, Monday, 10/31, starting at 6 PM Eastern. Also, another of our partner stations, KNDY XTRA will air this special independently of GCR1, starting at 6 PM Central time that same night. Enjoy!

Monday, September 26, 2016

GCR Affiliation Changes

Recently, Global Community Radio has been notified in writing that WGRN-LP in Colombus, Ohio has cancelled its Saturday afternoon/evening relay of GCR2. They tell us that their listeners wanted the station to resume its automated Jazz format on Saturdays. We thank WGRN for giving GCR2 a chance to be heard on the Columbus airwaves. We were also told that WGRN would not rule out using GCR again at some point in the future, in other day parts.

Also, we are pleased to welcome back to the GCR family of partner stations WWLR 91.5 in Lyndonville, Vermont. Starting Monday, October 24th, they will be using small portions of GCR2's programming during the following times:
Monday: 1-4 AM
Wednesday and Friday: 1-5 AM
Saturday: 10 AM-Noon
All times Eastern.

As always, check this site often for updates as we continue to work to expand GCR's coverage across the US, and around the world.

Thanks for listening, and for supporting Global Community Radio.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Changes to GCR2 Saturday Lineup

Dear Global Community Radio Partner Stations:

Global Community Radio prides itself on offering top quality, fully hosted programming to its partner stations. GCR also tries to air programs and series' that are current, with new shows being produced frequently. To that end, we are proud to announce some changes to our Saturday lineup of nostalgic music programs on GCR2 which we feel you and your listeners will enjoy.

Most of the changes are effective August 20th, we will be dropping the Radiola! program. We're sad to lose this outstanding program of vintage recordings. Unfortunately, it appears the show is no longer in production. If new episodes become available at some point in the future, and there is room on the schedule, we would not rule out returning Radiola! to our Saturday lineup.

At 8 AM Eastern, Global Community Radio is pleased to be adding another outstanding program playing music of the 1920s and 30s. The show, Rapidly Rotating Records, is hosted by Glenn Robison, and originates at community station KISL in Avalon, California. We look forward to adding this one hour weekly one hour radio program to our schedule, and we feel your listeners who enjoyed Radiola! will like RRR.

We are shifting the rest of our Saturday morning programming back one hour. So the new schedule looks like this. All times Eastern
9:00 Strike Up the Band
10:00 Fabulous 50's Radio Show
11:00 The Swinging 60's

To consolidate things, and to make the music "flow" better, we are shifting Paul Peters' The Pirate Years show to start at Noon Eastern, with Stuck in the Psychedelic Era staying in its current time slot at 1 PM.

At 3 PM Eastern, GCR2 is pleased to announce yet another new addition to our Saturday lineup. Rockin' in the Days of Confusion if a new show presented by "The Hermit" of Stuck in the Psychedelic Era. This show focuses on deeper album rock from the late 60s through the late 70s. If your listeners enjoy Classic Rock, but hate the boring repetition that has become so typical of commercial Classic Rock radio, they are sure to enjoy this new hour long show.

The remainder of our Saturday lineup, and the lineup for the rest of the week on GCR2 remains unchanged.

We hope you and your listeners will enjoy the new lineup, and we apologize for any inconveniences these changes may cause to your station's program schedule.

As partner stations, your input is valuable to Global Community Radio. Please let us know what you and your listeners think if these changes, or about any of our other program offerings. GCR exists to serve you, and to provide your station and its listeners with nothing but the very best.

Thank you for partnering with Global Community Radio!

Warm regards,

Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

Friday, August 12, 2016

GCR Welcomes New Partner Station in Ohio

Global Community Radio is pleased to welcome another partner station to our ever growing family.

This time, we say hello to listeners in Columbus, Ohio, who will now be treated to GCR2's diverse music programming on WGRN "The Green Renaissance" at 94.1 on the FM dial.

Currently, WGRN will rebroadcast GCR2 every Saturday from 1PM to Midnight Eastern. They have also expressed interest in possibly using more GCR programming in the future.

We welcome WGRN, and look forward to serving the Columbus community with eclectic music they won't hear anywhere else on the local radio dial.

If you are listening to GCR programming on WGRN in Columbus, we want to hear from you! Send us email at

Monday, May 16, 2016

Global Community Radio Welcomes New Partner Station in Upstate New York

Global Community Radio is pleased to welcome yet another partner station. This time, we say hello to our new listeners in the Rochester, New York metro on brand new community station WXIR-LP "Extreme Independent Radio" a new radio service from the folks at Rochester Community Media. Listeners in Rochester can hear select hours of programming from both GCR1 and GCR2 seven days a week at 100.9 FM.

We sincerely hope listeners in Rochester will enjoy the programming of Global Community Radio, in addition to the wide variety of local programming that will be offered by this station.

Our thanks to Rashida Washington and the rest of the staff at Rochester Community Media for offering Global Community Radio programming in Rochester.

Friday, April 1, 2016

GCR1 Gains New Internet Partner Station

Global Community Radio continues to grow, and expand its network of partner stations for both of its services. We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Wings Radio 1, an online radio service based in Lake Placid, Florida. Wings Radio 1 will use the programming of GCR1 for much of its programming day, for now, but will add local programming to serve their local communities in the not too distant future.

Thanks to Tom and the rest of the crew at Wings Radio 1 for considering Global Community Radio to fill out their broadcast schedule.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Changes to the GCR2 Schedule

Dear GCR Listeners and Partner Stations:

Effective in April, GCR2 will make some program changes to its GCR2 music service.

Due to personal circumstances, Raoul, the host of The Rock Pile, has had to cease production of this program. We deeply regret this, as we feel this was not just another Classic Rock show. We hope at some point that the show can resume production. Raoul will continue to host and produce Jazz From the Left, which we air on Sundays from 6 to 8 PM Eastern.

This will cause the following changes on Wednesday night/Thursday morning.

10:00 PM Dig! - A new show to GCR. A one hour program of music from the Psychedelic era produced by Delmarva Public Radio.
11:00 PM FM Odyssey - Moves one hour later.
2:00 AM Soundwave - This eclectic hour of music is moving from its former late Sunday night timeslot

The move of Soundwave from its former timeslot will allow GCR2 to bring back to its schedule the weekly Jazz/Blues/Comedy show 12th Street Jump. We had been airing this during our daytime Jazz block. However, one of our partner stations raised concerns about some of the adult content of the humor within the show. As such, we felt compelled to drop this show and replace it with Blue Dimensions, another fine music intensive Jazz product. We feel that airing 12th Street Jump Sunday nights/Monday mornings at the end of our Sunday Jazz block would be more suitable.

Another change is coming to Thursday nights on GCR2. We are discontinuing the program US Top 20.FM. This is because the show is constantly running way longer than its allotted one hour slot. This has caused concerns for some of our partner stations, especially in terms of running the required top hour station ID. We also feel this is unfair to other late Thursday night/early Friday morning programs which start much later than the listed start times on the program schedule.

We are instead going to offer listeners and partner stations a brand new show which is, for now, unique to GCR2. It's called All Popular Genres Considered. Your host is Bob Cavanaugh, a young visually impaired radio enthusiast from the Seattle area. Each week, Bob will present a wide range of popular music, with an emphasis on tunes from the 1990s to the present, but with some surprises thornw in from time to time. We feel that this new show will appeal to fans of the popular music of today and of the recent past. This show will debut April 7th at 10 PM Eastern.

If you have questions or comments about these changes, or any of GCR's programming, please send them to

Thank you to our listeners and our partner stations for their continued support.


Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

GCR Welcomes New Partner Station

Global Community Radio is pleased to welcome a new station to the growing list of campus and community radio stations using portions of GCR's programming when no local programming is being aired.

This time, we welcome WLSL-LP (92.7) in Saint Leo, Florida. WLSL is the student run radio station of Saint Leo University.

WLSL will be offering the programs of GCR2 to the Saint Leo community every night from Midnight to 8 AM Eastern.

Thanks to John Muow and the rest of the crew at WLSL for giving GCR this great opportunity.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

More Changes to GCR Programming

Dear GCR Listeners and Partner Stations:

This seems to be a monthly routine. Once again it is necessary to make some alternations to the schedules of both GCR1 and GCR2.

Several changes to GCR1:

We are dropping Liberation Radio, as, it seems that they are not maintaining a regular weekly production schedule as was previously hoped. We are implementing a new stricter policy at GCR when it comes to programmers not supplying us with new shows in a timely manner, and on a consistent schedule. Instead, we are adding the weekly broadcast from Free Speech Radio News (FSRN) which will now air Mondays at 10 AM Eastern.

In keeping with this new policy, we're dropping This Week in Radio News from our Sunday night media block, as we haven't seen any new shows posted to their website in over a month! Sorry, guys! We're adding the weekly 15 minute audio bulletin from the American Radio Relay League, ARRL Audio News, which will offer reporting on some of the latest developments within the Amateur Radio Community. This airs Sundays at 10:30 PM Eastern. Immediately following at 10:45 Eastern, it's Skeptoid, hosted by Brian Dunning. This weekly podcast discusses popular myths and conspiracy theories, and offers strong evidence and facts which help to debunk said myths and conspiracies. This was a popular feature on the now defunct Skeptical Sunday program, and we are pleased to bring it back to the GCR schedule!

Earlier on Sunday evenings on GCR1, we are adding two new short features to our block of arts oriented programming, both hosted by Kristin Dreyer Kramer. At 6:55 PM Eastern, following Filmspotting, you can hear her weekly film reviews on Reel Discovery. One hour later, at 7:55 following Arts Express, hear her weekly review of books called Shelf Discovery.

On GCR2, we regret that we are dropping the two syndicated shows hosted by Bob Francis. Rocketman Roberts Classic Radio Show, and Vintage Gold Classics. This has absolutely nothing to do with the quality of these two shows. Unfortunately, serious concerns have arisen lately about the commercials for businesses such as, which are contained within these programs. These commercials DO NOT qualify as underwriting under the FCC's current guidelines. If we were solely an internet webcast still, there would be no issues, as we could run full blown commercials whether we were receiving payment for them or not. However, as GCR has evolved into a program service designed specifically for rebroadcast by non-commercial terrestrial broadcasters primarily based here in the US, we need to follow FCC guidelines concerning non-commercial radio to the letter of the law, whether we agree with those rules or not. So, Bob and I mutually agreed to suspend his programs from GCR for the moment. Bob has said that he may make these shows available as commercial free offerings, but, there will be a per station fee attached to carry the shows. Right now, none of our partner stations are carrying GCR2 late on Saturday afternoons when these shows would air. If, at some point, one of our current partner stations, or a new partner station, begins carrying GCR2 during these hours, and, if the stations would like to have these shows reinstated on the schedule, then we will consider purchasing these programs from Bob Francis. Watch this space for further developments.

In the meantime, we are adding The Pirate Years, another great offering from Paul Peters out of the UK, and, Saving the 70s, a program produced and hosted by Mike Walker. We hope everyone will enjoy these new shows which will air Saturdays between 4 and 6 PM Eastern.

Also, we may need to make changes to our overnight programming soon, as we received word from one of our hosts that they may soon need to cut back their production output due to a change in their personal and financial circumstances. Again, I must remind you all that most of our hosts are volunteers who do their radio shows as a true labor of love. As such, it often becomes necessary to make changes to or even cancel a radio show if drastic changes occur in their personal or professional lives. We at GCR understand this, we hope our listeners and partner stations do, too.

As always, thank you for your continued support of GCR. And, again, as always, we'll do our best to continue to bring you the finest commercial free programming from around the world.

Kind regards,

Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Changes to GCR1 Sunday Schedule

Notice to Listeners and Rebroadcasters:

Recently, John Sullivan, host of Skeptical Sunday, announced that he was ending production of his program. This means that there is a new lineup in place on GCR1 from 10 PM to Midnight Eastern on Sundays.

Effective immediately, we will be expanding our radio/media block to three hours on Sunday with the addition of Wavescan and This Week in Radio News. At 11 PM Eastern, we retain the program Freethought Radio, which was a popular feature on Skeptical Sunday. At 11:45, we are adding a new weekly feature called The Radio Kid's Rant!. This is a mini rant from The Radio Kid of Clearing the Static. The rant will be about topics that are not radio or media related. We think this will make for an interesting way to wrap up your weekend listening!

As always, please feel free to submit your feedback about our programming. It is very much appreciated.

Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Programming Changes to GCR1

Notice to our listeners and partner stations:

It has become necessary to make changes to the program schedule of Global Community Radio Channel One. These changes are being implemented because some of our programs have ended production.

We regret to inform you that the long running environmental news magazine program Sierra Club Radio has ended production due to lack of funding for future programs. We had been carrying Sierra Club as far back as 2011 as part of Geneva Community Radio, so, we're sorry to see this outstanding program come to such an abrupt end.

Also, the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) has cancelled two of its weekly programs that we had been running. The List, a program about popular culture, and, The Media Report, focusing on various aspects of global media, are no longer available. Again, we're sorry to lose these excellent programs. We hope that more program cuts from the ABC are not forthcoming, though it seems to be the new normal, as funding from the Australian government for this outstanding public broadcaster shrinks more and more each year!

On Mondays at 10 AM Eastern, we are bringing back to the GCR schedule (the show aired on the former Geneva Community Radio) Liberation Radio, the weekly radio program and podcast produced by the Party for Socialism and Liberation. We sincerely hope that everyone will listen to this program with an open mind, and that all who listen will find its contents to be informative.

We are moving some shows around to ensure a better "flow" of our programming. For example, we're moving the ABC's Download This Show to our Tuesday Science and Technology block. We are moving The Allegheny Front to our Thursday environmental block. The program Person, Place, Thing, from WAMC/National Productions, is moving to Wednesdays at 2:35 PM Eastern, immediately following Eyes On Success. New Letters on the Air shifts to Sundays at 2:30 PM, with Writer's Voice shifting to Sundays at 3 PM Eastern. This will be followed at 4 PM by a brand new show to the GCR1 lineup. The Future of What, a program about the music industry for insiders and non-insiders alike.

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience these unforeseen program changes may cause. As always, it's a situation we have absolutely no control over.

As always, your feedback about our programming is appreciated. We will always strive to present as diverse a program schedule as we possible. Thanks for your continued support.


Jason Longwell
GCR Station Manager

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Programming Changes at GCR2

Dear Listeners and Rebroadcasters:

In the short time GCR2 has been on the air, it is already necessary to make some significant program schedule changes. This is mainly due to the fact that a couple of programs we were hoping to gain the rights to shortly after launch, are, apparently, not available to us at this time. We had been airing repeats of previously aired shows in the time slots we reserved for the unavailable programming. At Global Community Radio, we don't like repeats/reruns, and we strive to offer as many outstanding shows as we possibly can in our schedules. So, we are making some changes to ensure the best "flow" possible when it comes to the sound of GCR2.

Among the changes are:

Strike Up the Band, a show of classic Big Band music, moves to Saturdays at 10 AM.

Jazz Progressions, focusing on free Jazz and Jazz Fusion, will move to Tuesdays at 6 PM, and will be the last show in the Tuesday block of Jazz programs which all shift one hour earlier.

The Flip Side, focusing on classic 45 rpm records, moves to Saturdays at 3 PM. This will shift our other vintage Rock N Roll programming to start Saturdays at 11 AM with The Fabulous 50's Radio Show.

Thrift Store Vinyl Hour, offering classic vinyl with an emphasis on classic Country and Rock, moves to Mondays at 1 AM, pushing the eclectic music program Soundwave to start at Midnight, and Full Moon Hacksaw to start Sundays at 10 PM

We are adding a third hour of Broadway music on Sundays at 3 PM, as we begin airing Stage Notes, from WXXI Public Broadcasting in Rochester, New York. This will move Cafe Jazz to 4 PM Sundays.

We are adding the eclectic music show Deep Threes on Thursdays from 3 to 5 AM. This show offers such genres as Ambient, Electronica, and Experimental music, among others.

All other programming remains the same. We do not anticipate anymore programming changes to GCR2 in the near future. There may be a few changes coming to GCR1 as well, and those details are being worked out at this time. We'll post the details when they have been finalized.

We apologize to our listeners and our partner stations for any inconvenience these changes may cause. Unfortunately, more often than not, when you are running a non-commercial radio service that is based almost entirely on gratis programming, change is inevitable. Please be assured Global Community Radio will always stive to present the highest quality, and the widest variety of commercial free programming from around the world. As always, we welcome comments and suggestions from everyone. Listeners and partner stations alike.

Kind regards,

Jason Longwell
Global Community Radio Station Manager

GCR Welcomes New Rebroadcaster

Global Community Radio is pleased to welcome college radio station WWLR 91.5 FM at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont as a rebroadcaster. WWLR will be retransmitting a generous portion of GCR2's diverse music programming to portions of Vermont and New Hampshire. Our thanks to Matt Taylor and the rest of the crew at WWLR for choosing to partner with Global Community Radio to fulfill their programming needs. We sincerely hope WWLR listeners will enjoy the diverse music they will hear on GCR2.

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Thank you to our affiliates.

In the short time Global Community Radio has been on the air, we are amazed at the positive response we have received not only form listeners, but, from local community radio stations. We want to welcome our first three local rebroadcasters.

WRAQ (92.7) "Angelica Community Radio" Angelica, New York
WXDR (98.9) "Dolphin Radio" New Orleans, Louisiana
Channel One Radio (Internet) Edmonton, Alberta

We thank the management at these stations for allowing us this truly special opportunity to offer diverse music and informational programming to their local communities! We look forward to welcoming more campus and community radio stations as the awareness of GCR and its services increases.

If you know of a local campus or community radio station that may be interested in rebroadcasting parts of GCR's programming, please e-mail us at