Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who can get involved?

WHCS Radio is for the community! Hunter students, workers, faculty, alumni, and friends are all welcome.

How can I get in contact with WHCS?

The easiest way to contact us is to either swing by our room, W 309-A, on a day that classes are in session, between the hours of 10AM and 8PM or shoot us an e-mail at whcsradio.info@gmail.com.

How do I start a live radio show?

Easily! Fill out of Spring 2020 new shows application here. Soon after, we will get into contact with you with follow up questions. If your show is approved, we will schedule a time for you to get training on the basics of our live broadcast system.

What can I use the Production Room for, and how do I sign up?

The Production Room is commonly used for songwriting/production, recording, and mixing sessions. It's an acoustic-treated room with two work-desks, one tailored towards music production, and one tailored towards podcast production. We've got an array of microphones, audio interfaces, audio signal processing units, and enough good headphones and studio monitors to ensure your recordings have the potential to sound great.

To get started and sign up to use the Production Room for the first time, please e-mail whcsradio.production@gmail.com. If you've used the room before, what are you doing here? Just message Janil on Workplace!

How do I get involved in events?

Email whcsradio.events@gmail.com.

How do I get my music on WHCS Radio?

Music submissions can go to whcsradio.music@gmail.com. Please send an mp3 file with proper ID3 tags and album art attached (we may deny any requests that do not at least include these things). Music submissions are not just open to members of the Hunter community, so feel free to send in your music no matter where you come from! We also love to schedule live interviews between musicians and our show hosts, so if you're interested, please be sure to include that in your email.