Submit Your Idea

Community radio is made when local people produce and broadcast their own programs and participate in operating the station. It is a community space for people to meet and collaborate. It is extraordinarily fun and often life-changing, and leads to individual creativity & collective empowerment. Participants find it extraordinarily satisfying, not just to make radio in this unique fashion, but to also to help transform community life.

Submit your show ideas as an mp3 format to momaster@wnuc.org or fill out the form below.

Submit Your Idea

  • Accepted file types: mp3.
    Upload your show idea as an MP3 here (max upload size: 300MB).
  • Tell us a little more about yourself and your idea.

Get Involved

Submit Your Idea

Community radio is made when local people produce and broadcast their own programs and participate in operating the station.

Volunteer

We depend on volunteers to reach our goal of broadcasting quality programming.

Become A Sponsor

Listeners like you help us bring great radio, community events, and information about our city.

Newsletter Sign-Up

Upcoming Events

The “Mollywop! Experience”

11/01/2020 - 01/30/2021

The “Mollywop! Experience”, is a one hour concert that features Mollywop!’s unique blend of hard driving rhythms, smooth vocal harmonies and wisemind lyrics.This concert features original and classic funk, rock, reggae, soul and hip-hop.

By purchasing a $10 ticket you will not only enjoy an hour of conscious, energetic Black music but you will also help Mollywop! to recoup the cost of this production.

Do yourself a favor and check out “The Mollywop! Experience”. Available for viewing beginning November 1, 2020. Check here for more info: https://www.mollywopjams.com/event-details/the-mollywop-experience

Cook-A-Long graphic

A Virtual Cook-A-Long Tribute

11/13/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

A night of food, performances, and celebrating urban growers collective’s new fresh moves mobile market.

Get your tickets here: https://urbangrowerscollective.org/cook-along/

Story Drive Graphic

Story Drive



The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan works collaboratively with underserved students, and their families, to stay in school, realize their rights to quality public education, grow and experience success. Story Drive is a 30-day online fundraising campaign in October to support their work with Detroit and Wayne County students. You can help a student write their next chapter. To donate, text “SAC” to 44-321 or go to the Give Lively site directly!

Our Sponsors

Ford Foundation Logo Honnold Foundation Logo Community Foundation Logo Detroit Regional Chapter Logo Aaron Family Foundation Logo