WORB

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WORB
City Farmington Hills, Michigan
Broadcast area 2 mile radius of Oakland Community College
Branding WBWC 90.3 FM The Orb
Frequency 90.3 (MHz)
First air date 1976
Last air date September 22, 1999 [1]
Format Alternative
Power 12 watts
Class D
Callsign meaning Orchard Ridge Broadcasting
Owner Oakland Community College

WORB (90.3 FM) was a non-commercial, college radio station located on the campus of Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills, Michigan United States. WORB was a student-run radio station that featured alternative rock music as well as specialty shows. Staff, volunteers, and DJs for the station were made up of Oakland Community College students, and faculty. Cult shock rocker GG Allin was even interviewed on one show, which led to an investigation by the college and the FCC.[2] The station ceased broadcasting on September 22, 1999.[3]

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