WFPC-LP

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WFPC-LP
City Rindge, New Hampshire
Branding The Talon
Frequency 105.3 MHz
First air date June 23, 2003
Format College
ERP 100 watts
HAAT 18 meters
Class L1
Callsign meaning Franklin Pierce College
Owner Franklin Pierce University

WFPC-LP (105.3 FM) is a radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to Franklin Pierce University. The station makes its home inside the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication in Rindge, New Hampshire. This is a low power radio station run by students. WFPC-LP FM is a member of the Pierce Media Group. The current station manager is Samantha Marshall, who is set to graduate in 2018.

PMG News Center[edit]

WFPC-LP is a station that features news every hour provided in part by the Associated Press and the PMG News Center.

Fitzwater Center's Presidency and the Press[edit]

WFPC-LP is involved with the Presidency and the Press workshop held annually during the summer on Franklin Pierce University's Rindge campus.

Pierce Media Group[edit]

The Pierce Media Group, run by students, is made up of the Pierce Arrow, FPC TV 25 the local Public-access television cable TV channel and Four Corners Marketing.

Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication Tuesday Briefing Series[edit]

Tuesday Briefings have invited government, civic and business leaders to Rindge New Hampshire to meet with students and answer questions. Guests have included Ann Compton from ABC News, Boston Globe New Hampshire Political correspondent James Pindell, Journalist and Author Linda Killian, former senior advisor to the Iraqi Ministry of Education and a member of the Franklin Pierce College Board of Trustees Leslye A. Arsht, Franklin Pierce and the Fitzwater Center hosted election 2006 New Hampshire senate rivals Paul Hodes and Charlie Bass, political activist Doris "Granny D" Haddock.

The Tuesday Briefings start at 11am EST.

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Coordinates: 42°46′52″N 72°03′25″W / 42.781°N 72.057°W / 42.781; -72.057