WOBC-FM is a student-run freeform community FM radio station at Oberlin College, located in Oberlin, Ohio. WOBC broadcasts 24 hours a day at 91.5-FM in Lorain County, Ohio. The station also runs an internet simulcast via streaming mp3. WOBC broadcasts more than 150 programs weekly, each conceived by volunteer hosts and DJs. WOBC airs an eclectic mix of music and public affairs programming including new and old pop music, punk, folk, classical, blues, R&B, metal, hip-hop, jazz, electronic, radio dramas, talk shows, and news including Democracy Now!. A radio station at Oberlin College was first established in 1949 as KOCN, the Oberlin College Student Network, which made its first broadcast November 5, 1950 at 590-AM. WOBC began broadcasting at 88.7-FM in 1961. The studio remained at the garage behind Grey Gables until 1964 when the station moved to its current location in Wilder Hall. It now broadcasts on 91.5-FM and through webcast.
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