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City Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Branding 91.5 WBIM
Frequency 91.5 MHz
First air date November 1, 1972
Format Campus radio, Alternative Rock
ERP 180 watts, Stereo, RBDS
HAAT 22.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 6820
Transmitter coordinates 41°59′15.00″N 70°58′21.00″W / 41.9875000°N 70.9725000°W / 41.9875000; -70.9725000 (WBIM-FM)
Former callsigns WBIM (1972-1979)
Owner Bridgewater State University
Webcast Listen Live
Website http://wbimfm.org

WBIM-FM (91.5 FM) is a non-commercial, educational radio station broadcasting 24/7 from the campus of Bridgewater State University. The station has a mostly alternative and indie rock format during regular automation, but the station does have many specialty shows which cater to such formats as R&B, Metal, Jazz, Hip Hop, sports, decade specific, and many other formats. Licensed to Bridgewater, Massachusetts, United States. The station is currently owned by Bridgewater State University.[1]


The station went on the air as WBIM on November 1, 1972 as a non-commercial 10 watt Class D FM station. On April 2, 1982 at 3:00 PM, WBIM-FM increased its power to the current 180 watts (ERP, H/V). On July 7, 1982, WBIM-FM switched to Stereo at 7:00 PM with the playing of Queen's "Body Language" (no specific reason given, it was just what was on the turntable at the time). On June 6, 1979 the station changed its call sign to the current WBIM-FM.[2]


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