WDOM Mission Statement
Broadcasting from the Providence College campus since 1949, WDOM is a non-commercial, public radio station that is completely student-run. Covering the city of Providence, along with Rhode Island’s surrounding areas. We provide our students with an outlet to exercise their wide variety of music and talk interests to the community. Our station is an ever growing media outlet that streams both online and on the air at 91.3 FM. Educating and inspiring students to enter into broadcasting or other media related fields, our DJs are fully immersed into live radio. WDOM encourages engagement in the community; both on the Providence College campus and within the city, sponsoring cultural events, charity concerts and our monthly Open Mic Nights are highly attended. Representing a school in the prestigious Big East Conference, we also proudly proclaim ourselves as the “Student-Voice of Friartown”,live broadcasting all men’s basketball and hockeyhome games, as well as other selected events around campus.
WDOM Providence College Radio is located on the Providence College Campus, in the Slavin Center.Reach us by telephone at (401) 865-2091 for requests or assistance. Mail us at:
1 Cunningham Square
Providence RI, 20918
PC Radio reaches as far as Northern Rhode Island and parts of Southern Massachusetts. We provide live streaming on our website from any computer or smartphone.
Reaching over 4,000 students and even more residents outside of the PC community, there is a diverse range of listeners.
About. 20~30 mile radius!
WDOM is the direct link between the students on the Providence College Campus and the city of Providence. With a variety of music that includes everything from jazz, rock, alternative rock, blues, world, urban and electric, to country and folk, we allow the listener and the DJ to find their musical identity.
- Reachthe entire PC student body and surrounding neighborhoods.
- Gain brand/business recognition. “Oh, I remember that place from the radio!”
- Build awareness for your location and service. Bring students and locals in.
- It’s for a good cause! Donate to a student-run, non-profit radio station.
- TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Technically a dontation, not advertising.
- It’s hip! What business doesn’t want to be a sponsor for a radio station?
- Online streaming. The magic of the internet.
- Affordable. A small expense for any new or rising business.
- Because we can’t think of any reasons not to…