Cambridge Community Radio Association
Founded April 12, 2001
Educational Purpose of CCRA
CAMBRIDGE COMMUNITY RADIO ASSOCIATION (CCRA) was registered in Pennsylvania on April 12, 2001 (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Entity Number 2999474). Our primary educational functions are to diversify our community's culture and raise awareness of a broad base of local issues. CCRA'S function is to facilitate and administrate educational, community-oriented local radio programming through an FCC licensed LP100 radio station. Programming will include locally originated music from area college and high school bands and choirs, as well as other local musicians. High school student radio programming and high school sports newscasting is planned. Religious education, agricultural and conservation education, community public service announcements and local newscasts are also planned to increase cultural awareness and foster educational diversity on the local level.
WXCS went live on-air July 1, 2004. Our LPFM license was renewed August 2014. We continue our commitment to bring independent, noncommercial, local radio to Cambridge Springs and the surrounding area. WXCS is now in our 2nd decade on-air!
Cambridge Springs Blue Devil Football will air on Friday evenings with 7pm kick offs. Please join us on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm for "Coach's Corner" featuring Coach Grubbs and our sports reporting staff.
Website updated August 17, 2016 just in case you're curious!
CCRA Board Members
- Sam Reese - Chairman
- Tom Glenn - Vice Chairman
- Donna Reese - Secretary
- Frank Bercik - Treasurer