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  • 2018 WBER’s Spring Fundraiser Announcement

    WBER’s Spring fundraiser dates are set for Wednesday, April 18th and Friday, April 20th and this time round our theme will be “WBER, the soundtrack of your life”. When you make a donation to the only station that matters, you’ll be able to select from 1 of 5 song questions for us to play on the air. Those 5 will be: 1. The first song that got you hooked on WBER 2. A WBER song that makes you want to dance 3. Favorite lyrics from a WBER song 4. A WBER song that reminds you of growing up 5. A WBER song that you always turn up as loud as possible. Our goal each day of the fundraiser will be $15,000 and listeners on the day of will be able to donate online at http://wber.org , in person at 2596 Baird Road in Penfield or by calling us at 585-381-4353 …
  • 2018 NCAA Tournament Has a Winner!

    2018 NCAA Tournament Update Congratulations to WBER listener, Jeff Childs, he is the winner of this years NCAA Tournament with Villanova's decisive win over Michigan. He scores three free pairs of concert tickets from WBER this year! [...]Read More...
  • 2018 NCAA Tournament Update

    Congrats to our final two listeners that are still alive in our NCAA Tournament! East 1-Villanova, Jeff Childs West 3- Michigan, Alan Schaffer [...]Read More...

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.