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CityNew York, New York
Broadcast areaNew York
BrandingThe Voice of Harlem
Frequency90.3 MHz
FormatCollege Radio/Community Radio
ERP8 watts
HAAT81 meters (266 ft)
Facility ID11412
Transmitter coordinates40°49′9.00″N 73°56′59.00″W / 40.8191667°N 73.9497222°W / 40.8191667; -73.9497222
OwnerCity College of New York
Sister stationsWKRB, WSIA

WHCR-FM (90.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to New York City. The station is currently owned by City College of New York.[1]


Despite its small wattage and only crediting Harlem in its branding, the station covers all of upper Manhattan alongside nearby parts of the Bronx and portions of Hudson County, New Jersey (including Fort Lee, North Bergen and West New York). On a clear day, the station can reach all of the boroughs except for Staten Island, parts of Long Island and Westchester, and areas of New Jersey from Passaic to Alpine to Newark, according to RadioLocator.


  1. ^ "WHCR-FM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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