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BREAKING NEWS!
WE HAVE EXCEEDED OUR GOAL FOR THE 2022 SPRING FUNDRAISER!

Thank you to all of the donors. With your help we have met our fundraising goal for the Spring fundraiser.

You’re part of it!

WBER Test Tracks/Poll

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Dear Boy-(On My) Mind
257 votes · 257 answers
WBER Test Tracks/Poll 2

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Mipso-Just Want To Be Loved
287 votes · 287 answers

BREAKING NEWS!
Themes for the 2022 Spring Fundraiser are set.

Help us reach our 55K goal by donating to one or more of the themes during our five-day Spring Fundraiser

Monday, May 2nd, “The Song That Got You Hooked on WBER”
Tuesday, May 3rd, “Battle of the Decades, 70s, 80s, 90s and 2000+”
Wednesday, May 4th, “80s One Hit Wonders v Guilty Pleasures”
Thursday, May 5th, “The Amazing WBER Female Artists”
Friday, May 6th, “Songs that Make you Crank the Volume”

CHVRCHES takes the top spot in the 2021 Listener Countdown.

On New Year’s Day, we counted down the top 30 to find out together which songs became part of the history of the only station that matters. The results are now live!

The 2021 WBER Hall of Fame class announced.

We ushered in three alternative music mainstays during the Listener Countdown on New Year’s Day.  Talking Heads, Depeche Mode, and R.E.M. round out the WBER Hall Of Fame Junior class.

Their commemorative pages in the Hall of Fame section will be updated soon!

WBER is a listener and school district supported community radio station.

Serving the Rochester and Western New York area since 1985, WBER is owned and operated by the Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Monroe #1, and is a real life training ground for students from participating school districts via their radio clubs, as well as members of the community interested in learning about radio broadcasting.

WBER also offers remote broadcasting services to area school districts which currently include Webster, Brighton and Fairport. WBER is o­ne of America’s first full time Alternative Music radio stations, believing in and supporting this genre of music long before it became commercially viable.