Want to be a DJ?

All participants need to be certified to participate in the radio station and handle the equipment.

Taking the one-credit Radio Training course is the primary method of certification and will require submitting audio files and participating in an observation cycle, as well as passing a test on rules and regulations.

WLMC seeks to provide a range of programming that draws from students’ interests—both DJs and listeners. Music shows will be the most common programs: however, talk, journalism and interview shows are welcome. Regular local news, community calendar and local weather pieces will also be developed and broadcast. Opportunities for creative programming such as radio drama, play reading or inclusion of original music by students may be permitted (generally under the guidance of related course instructors).

Shows by faculty and college staff are also allowed, if and when there are open programming slots. Students receive first choice. Faculty and college staff are required to receive training, and read and sign the station manual before participating.

Want your own radio show?

For more information on training & programming opportunities, please contact Eric Matte

Questions?

Eric Matte
Assistant Professor of Communication
WLMC Station Manager
802.387.1675
ematte@landmark.edu
wlmc@landmark.edu