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Welcome to the CMC

For over 25 years the Community Media Center has acquired and maintained technology tools, media services and community venues to benefit the Grand Rapids community. Explore this site to discover how CMC's television, radio, IT, education and live theatre resources are here to help you.

In Case You Missed It...Peter Mulvey on WYCE

Singer/songwriter Peter Mulvey and guest Brianna Lane visit 88.1 FM WYCE as they kick off the Long Haul Bike Tour of the eastern United States. 

Click the player below to hear live performances and the conversation about Peter's new album 'Letters from a Flying Machine'.




New Online Listening Option: iTunes

Hey online WYCE fans,

To make your web YCE experience the best it can be, we've made a couple of changes to our streaming set-up. You can still listen to our web stream in our built-in player at WYCE. But now, you can use other audio programs, or non-computer-based Internet radio listening devices.

To listen, follow these simple instructions:

  • Go to this URL.
  • When prompted, choose which audio player you'd like to use (WinAmp, iTunes, etc.)

Thanks for being part of WYCE, wherever and however you listen!


In Case You Missed It... The Ragbirds at WYCE

Michigan's eclectic globally-grooving band The Ragbirds stopped by the WYCE studio to chat with Nanette O'Connell in anticipation of the release of their new album Finally Almost Ready.  Click the player below to hear it!




In Case You Missed It...Maia Sharp at WYCE!

Maia Sharp stopped by WYCE chat with Nanc and share some songs from her new album 'Echo'.




Meet Denise, our new Citizen Journalism Coordinator!

Denise Cheng is a West Coast native from Silicon Valley who left her heart in Portland, Ore. She graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a B. Phil in Global and Cultural Journalism and has been closely following the citizen journalism movement since early 2006.

Denise was an editorial intern for In These Times (a progressive magazine out of Chicago), reported for The Oxford Press, and did development work in Lesotho as a Peace Corps volunteer. Prior to coming to Grand Rapids, Denise developed social media programs at

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