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City Garden City, New York
Slogan The Voice of Nassau Community College
Frequency 90.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date October 27, 1972 (1972-10-27)
Format Freeform
Language(s) English
ERP 500 watts
HAAT 65 meters (213 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 47429
Transmitter coordinates 40°43′47.00″N 73°35′33.00″W / 40.7297222°N 73.5925000°W / 40.7297222; -73.5925000
Callsign meaning Helping People Communicate
Owner Nassau Community College
Webcast Listen Live (via TuneIn)
Website www.ncc.edu/whpc/

WHPC is the radio station of Nassau Community College in Garden City, New York. WHPC began broadcasting on October 27, 1972. The first song played was "Listen to the Music" by the Doobie Brothers. The station broadcasts on 90.3 MHz, HD1, and streams online via their website and TuneIn. Its flagship shows are The Nassau Mix and The Nassau Morning Madhouse. Some of its other popular shows are Motormouth Radio with Ray Guarino and Joe D., Everything and Anything with Steve Mangiaracina, Sinatra Serenade with Glenn DeMilt, Beatlesongs with Rob Leonard, Good Gold with Ed Newlands, The Unforgettables with Michael Anthony, Thunder Road Radio with Kim Tracy, The Party Mix with Stephanie Lombardo, The Rare Groove Sessions with DJ Soulero, The Sock Hop with Steve Dassa, Sports Talk with Chris Muldoon, KJ Brooks, and Marc Talky, The Home Stretch with Anthony Tartamella, Alex Pleitez, Andrew Zucker, and Eleanor Ciampi, and Beyond the Game with Jacob Valk, Brandon Johnson, Dominick Arbolino, and Eric Fischetti.

See also[edit]

  • WBAU — defunct student radio station owned by Adelphi University that shared WHPC's frequency from 1972 to 1995.

External links[edit]

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