September 19, 2016
by Brian Marks
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The Clearing expands to three hours, Saturdays 10pm – 1am

The Clearing, a program of meditative and contemplative music hosted by Captain Christopher, is expanding from two to three hours every Saturday night on 96.9FM in Baton Rouge and streaming worldwide.

Walk past the stone wall, through the old wooden gate, and join the Captain around the magic pond for an extra hour every Saturday starting at 10:00pm now to 1:00am late night Sundays on Baton Rouge Community Radio.

 

September 2, 2016
by Brian Marks
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Baton Rouge Community Radio Listening Room and Record Shop Grand Opening, Saturday 9/3 from 10:00am – 4:00pm

This Saturday, September 3rd, will be the Grand Opening of Baton Rouge Community Radio’s Listening Room and Record Shop. Stop by between 10:00am and 4:00pm to browse and shop vintage vinyl records, cassettes, and more and visit 96.9FM’s studios.

The Listening Room / Record Shop will be open the first Saturday of every month.

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August 27, 2016
by Brian Marks
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Live prep football returns to WHYR Fridays @ 7:00pm this fall

Baton Rouge Community Radio is broadcasting live play-by-play coverage of McKinley Panthers high school football, every game, all season for 10 weeks this Fall. Tune in to 96.9FM every Friday at 7:00pm for the Louisiana All-American Sports team’s coverage, commentary, interviews and more, and hear recaps of the game and other sports action and social issues every Saturday on the Louisiana All-American Sports Show at 11:00am on WHYR.

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August 15, 2016
by Brian Marks
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Baton Rouge Community Radio highlighted by Pacifica Radio Network

Baton Rouge Community Radio was recently featured in an article on the Pacifica Radio Network’s website. WHYR-LP is affiliated with Pacifica, a nation-wide community radio network, and plays several syndicated Pacifica programs weekly on 96.9FM.

 

WHY community radio? WHYR of Baton Rouge has answers