|City of license||Worcester, MA|
|Broadcast area||Worcester, MA|
|Slogan||Worcester's Only Alternative Music Station|
|First air date||December 6, 1948|
|ERP||100 watts, Stereo|
|Callsign meaning||College of the Holy Cross|
|Owner||College of the Holy Cross|
WCHC's official slogan is: "Worcester's Only Alternative Source"
WCHC began operation on December 6, 1948, as a closed-circuit station, limited to the Holy Cross campus, available at 640 AM. The College started the station as a student activity under the guidance of (Rev.) John Kelly, S.J., who often broadcast from the studios himself as "Father Pseudo".
By the 1970s WCHC had begun broadcasting as a 10-watt FM station at the frequency 89.1.
By the 1990s WCHC moved to 88.1 FM to allow broadcasting at 100 watts.
On December 6, 2008, WCHC-FM celebrated its 60th Anniversary.
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