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WNMH Hogger Radio is Northfield Mount Hermon’s student-run radio station, which has been on the air since the 1940s.
The station can be accessed online from all over the world.
Students interested in radio are assigned two-hour time slots during which they broadcast to the world from the Crossley dormitory studio.
During their shows, students play music or talk about something of interest to them or of relevance to the community. WNMH currently has a show featuring solely jazz music, a show about NMH school history, and a weekly weather forecast and review. New ideas are continually put forth by excited DJs who would like to create shows about their passions. While students are not broadcasting, "DJ Hogger," the station’s automated playlist, broadcasts a mix of timeless classics and current hits, making WNMH a fantastic way to hear your favorite tunes while also discovering new ones.
Contact the station at 413-498-3107
Board of Directors
Bill Hattendorf (faculty advisor)
Greg Moody (faculty advisor)