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WMBR is the MIT campus radio station. We broadcast on 88.1 FM 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. We transmit at 640 watts, effective radiated power from the top of Building E37 in Kendall Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our programming includes a wide range of music shows, public affairs programs and eclectic audio entertainment.
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From the WMBR Blog:
Contemporary Korean art and fashion stand out in a new Museum of Fine Arts show
by Bruce Sylvester / Troubadour A few years ago in the wake of the Korean War, South Korea was known as a land of rubble and poverty. But not any more as it’s emerged as an epicenter of pop culture – music, dance, film, fashion. The Museum of Fine Arts is hosting Hallyu! The Korean (continue reading...)
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