WURC-FM is a non-commercial, educational, FCC-approved public radio station owned and operated by Rust College, Inc. It is largely supported through an annual grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and Rust College. WURC is both National Public Radio (NPR) and Public Radio International (PRI) affiliate; 3000 watts station and broadcasts 18 hours daily. Our format includes: News, Talk, Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Reggae, World Music, and R&B.
The mission of WURC-FM is to meet the educational and cultural needs of the Holly Springs community. WURC seeks to provide for the unserved needs and interest of the minority population in this region and to present programming services that challenge, provoke, educate and entertain.
Through its programming service, WURC-FM respects differences among people and celebrates the human experience as being infinitely varied by speaking with many voices; WURC reflects the job and satisfaction of life as well as its problems and frustrations; WURC encourages individual growth and active constructive participation in society; WURC’s programs explore, investigate, analyze and interpret issues and ideas that help listeners better understand themselves, their government, their institutions, and their natural and social environments.
As a division of Rust College, WURC has the primary purpose of enhancing the programs of the College through communications with our campus and the surrounding community. WURC also serves to develop means by which students may become professionally adept in the radio concentration.
Meet Our Team
Some of the best workers around
Dr. Debayo Moyo
Director of Broadcast Operations
Sharron Goodman Hill
Professor of Radio Music Director Radio Show Host
Chairperson Radio Show Host Professor Of Theory
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