WSHL-FM

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WSHL-FM
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City Easton, Massachusetts
Broadcast area Greater Brockton-Easton area
Branding The Radio Voice Of Stonehill College
Frequency 91.3 MHz
First air date January 1974
Format Alternative music
ERP 100 watts, Stereo, RBDS
HAAT 20.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 63487
Transmitter coordinates 42°3′27.00″N 71°4′47.00″W / 42.0575000°N 71.0797222°W / 42.0575000; -71.0797222
Callsign meaning W STonehiLl
Former callsigns WSTO
Owner Stonehill College, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website WSHL website

WSHL-FM (91.3 FM) is a non-commercial, educational radio station broadcasting an Alternative music format. Licensed to Easton, Massachusetts, United States, the station serves the Greater Brockton-Easton area of Massachusetts, 24/7 in Stereo. The station is owned by Stonehill College, Inc.[1] and has been operating since January 1974.

WSHL-FM studios and offices are located on the 1st floor of the Roche Dining Commons at Stonehill College. The transmitter and antenna are located at the College Center Building, also on the campus of Stonehill College in North Easton, Massachusetts.

Currently there are 12 members on the WSHL-FM executive board:

  • General Manager: Matt Grant
  • Programming Director: Caroline Decker
  • Music Director: Siobhan McAlister
  • Associate Music Director: Nic Sangiovanni
  • Associate Music Director: Shaunna Barry
  • Technical Director: Matt Pini
  • Underwriting Director: Sarah McCusker
  • Promotions Director: Amanda Byrne
  • News Director: Dylan Turner
  • Sports Director: Alex Patturelli
  • Treasurer: Caroline Decker

Peter Q. George is the Chief Engineer for the station. Professor Geoffrey Lantos is the faculty adviser for WSHL-FM.

Summer[edit]

During the summer, kids participating in the summer program, College Academy, have the opportunity to take a class where they can broadcast on the radio station.

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