02.16.2014

WOBC-LFSB 010: Peaks

It’s Studio B’s tenth release! Hooray!

Check out Peaks’ great session from last semester! They were great to have in the studio and really brought the energy.

If this is simply not enough Peaks, Also check out their show at the Cat with Ava Luna on Thursday! Its Free!

 

http://wobclfsb.bandcamp.com/album/wobc-lfsb-010-peaks

 

 

 

 

 

02.16.2014

WOBC-LFSB 009: Ron Shalom with Austin Vaughn

We are proud to come back this semester with such a strong session! Alumni Ron Shalom and Austin Vaughn Returned for a great seamless session in november. We loved to have them in the studio!  Stay tuned as we post the final sessions from last semester and keep listening at 1PM on sundays for all new sessions!

 

Check out the whole session on the bandcamp page! 

 

 

 

02.10.2014

Spring 2014 Program Posted!

Wilder 319, come take a peek

Wilder 319, come take a peek

02.07.2014

reminder: spring 2014 apps due TONIGHT at midnight!

fill out your applicaiton here: www.wobc.org/apply

applications are due tonight, february 7, at 11:59 pm

schedule will be posted monday, february 10 at 8pm

all station mtg will be tuesday, february 11 at 9pm

and PROGRAMMING STARTS thursday, february 13 at noon!!!!

 

02.06.2014

WOBC T-SHIRT CONTEST!

Hey everyone,

Welcome back!

Do you ‘make art’? Are you, like, ‘into design’? Enter WOBC’s Spring 2014 t-shirt design contest and become immortalized in Oberlin College & community radio history!

Send a high quality (300 dpi or higher) pdf or jpg of your design to promo@wobc.org. No more than 3 submissions per person please! The text “WOBC 91.5″ must be included – somewhat legibly – in the design.

The winner will receive a pair of tickets to see Mac Demarco at the ‘Sco on April 1st, a free shirt, and artistic validation.

ALL ENTRIES DUE BY FEBRUARY 20th, 2014.

- Aria & Eve
Promotions Directors

02.04.2014

Apply to be Spring 2014 Jazz Director!

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Apply to be WOBC’s spring 2014 Jazz Director!

Send a personal statement to music@wobc.org by February 10 to apply!

The jazz genre director should create a weekly chart for their genre detailing newly added music and run a workgroup to process and file new and old music within their genre. Each genre director is responsible for contacting labels and promotion companies in their genre.  Genre directors also are expected to recruit DJs to apply to shows within their genre, work with the Promotions Department to raise awareness about their genre and assist the Program Director in evaluating applications within their genre. Knowledge of musical styles in their genre and familiarity with the community of musicians and aficionados of that genre on campus is a plus in this position.  Genre directors should solicit ideas for projects from the members of the group. Send questions to music@wobc.org

02.03.2014

An Update from the Board

 

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We wanted to share what WOBC accomplished last semester before the new semester of programming begins. Let’s take a look back at WOBC fall 2013.

Last Semester..
-A record number of applications came in, diversifying the musical atmosphere of WOBC. We welcomed loads of new djs from both the college and community and had so many unique shows. A major highlight was an influx of applications from the community. Check out archived playlists here.

-Workgroups sorted through the barrels of new albums we receive every week from promotion companies. Genre Directors led their workgroups in deciding which albums to add to our database and vaults. The new shelf in the control room was updated frequently with new albums.

-Charles, the director Studio B, kickstarted Live From Studio B. He welcomed local and touring bands into WOBC’s recording studio and recorded an EP for each of them. Major congrats to Charles for an amazing start to a great program! Check out all the sessions here.

-The Winter Term Station Managers, Matan and Zoe, began updating our security policies for upcoming years. So much gratitude to them for helping to improve our amazing community!

-Sophie and co. organized an amazing week of programming dedicated to sexualized violence awareness, amplifying many voices from the campus and beyond, including FORCE. You can find a complete archive of the week here and under the “News” tab.

If you are a listener or a member of the community and have any suggestions for the upcoming semester of programming, please contact any of us. Our contact info is located here.

Here’s to a great semester!