|Slogan||"Your Community Radio Station"|
|First air date||June 29, 2007|
|HAAT||40.6 meters (133 feet)|
|Former callsigns||WCRS-LP (2006-2017)|
WCRM-LP is a North American community radio station in the Columbus, Ohio, area. It broadcasts from 3p.m.-3a.m. seven days a week, sharing the frequency with WCRX-LP, and has an on-line stream available 24/7 at wcrsfm.org. WCRM-LP broadcasts on 102.1 and on translator station W252AY 98.3 FM in most of Franklin County, licensed to Marble Cliff. WCRM-LP is owned by The Neighborhood Network and is affiliated to the Pacifica Radio Network.
The station is a not-for-profit, volunteer, non-commercial community radio station.
Among the programs on WCRM-LP are Democracy Now!, Free Speech Radio News, and English, French, Somali, and Spanish-language public affairs programs.
- June 2007: WCRS-LP begins operations and returning community radio to Central Ohio.
- August 2008: FCC approves expansion of hours from 5 daily to 13 daily.
- October 1, 2008: WCRS-LP begins 13 hours of daily broadcast with a crew of 45 volunteers.
- January 1, 2009: WCRS-LP begins 24/7 web streaming of both its on-air broadcast and web-only content.
- January 23, 2017: station changes its call sign to the current WCRM-LP