In November 1994, a Rolling Stones concert was the first major cyberspace multi-cast concert. Mick Jagger opened the concert by saying "I wanna say a special welcome to everyone that's, uh, climbed into the Internet tonight”. Flash forward to the year 2011 and now you too can talk to the world during your very own radio program! WCAC is launching its very own Internet radio station, which means anyone with access to the Internet will be able to listen to your program. Our station will be an independent, member-run radio station reaching out to the world through online streaming on the Internet. We accept programming of all types, in any language. Holding true to our commitment to freedom of speech, we give our radio DJs 100% control over their programs. Any Massachusetts resident can become one of our DJs. Simply fill out an application, and pay a $30 membership fee. This fee covers your radio equipment training session, as well as allows you to pick as many radio show blocks within our hours of operation as you wish.
WCAC Radio is looking for enthusiastic DJ's to fill out its programming schedule. Ever want to host your own talk show? Think you've got the best taste in music on the block? Prove it! Come in and see us to learn how to get involved with WCAC Radio and start hosting your very own show today! WCAC Radio is excited to announce some very special new shows to its broadcast both online and on the community bulletin board stream. On Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 7pm, tune in for WCAC Classic Radio Theatre hour. Gather around the computer and relive classic old time radio broadcasts such as 'War of the Worlds' adapted by the Mercury Theatre of the Air or Arch Oboler's "Lights Out." On Thursdays at 7pm, tune in for a live audio simulcast of the Watertown Weekly News. On Friday mornings at 10am, tune in for the Watertown Jam, blasting the best jam band music in the country. You can listen to WCAC Radio at http://www.live365.com/stations/wcac or via the community bulletin board. For more information on the radio station, contact John Sullivan at