WNUC 96.7 FM

The WNUC 96.7 FM Project helped complete Detroit’s only community radio station. Initiated by North End Woodward Community Coalition, NEWCC, the station has a reach of 5-7mile radius with an expected audience, once established, of 300,000. The radius covers a diversity of communities including: Highland Park, Hamtramck, a section of Southwest Detroit, North End, Midtown and downtown Detroit.

The station benefits the community by providing a free access to an independent media voice. It will also:

  • provide training and developmental resources for youth and older individuals that will strengthen broadcast journalism skills.
  • be a central location for imparting information relevant to the community in their own voice. this includes being a source of emergency readiness.
  • be an organizing tool for partnering with other communities around the city.

NEWCC has operated within the community for the past 10 years. WNUC went on the air in May 2017.  An article in The Progressive, Birth of a Station: Low Power Radio Brings Real Power to Detroit Neighborhood, detailed the journey to WNUC going live.

With the goals of health education and increased awareness of the free services available to homeless and uninsured women, WNUC will soon be broadcasting a weekly health segment presented by the S.A.Y. Detroit Health Clinic.

WNUC Tower, which overlooks the North End Woodward Community