WRRC

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WRRC
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City of license Lawrenceville, New Jersey
Broadcast area Trenton, New Jersey
Branding WRRC 107.7 FM
Slogan "Biggest Variety & The Best Hits"
Frequency 107.7 MHz
First air date November 1, 1962 (as WRCR)
Format Adult Hits/Oldies
ERP 20 watts
HAAT 11 meters (36 feet)
Class D
Facility ID 6109
Transmitter coordinates 40°16′44.00″N 74°44′15.00″W / 40.2788889°N 74.7375000°W / 40.2788889; -74.7375000
Former callsigns WRCR, WWRC
Owner Rider University
(Board of Trustees of Rider College)
Website www.1077thebronc.com

WRRC (107.7 FM) is a college radio station in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, serving the students of Rider University. It is the broadcast outlet for Trenton Thunder baseball.

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