WRCR Broadcasts Live St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Pearl River

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WRCR crew in Pearl River: Kevin Kilner, Jordan Baker, morning show host, Tom Ray, engineer, Kerry Potter, sales director and (behind the camera) WRCR President, Dr. Alex Medakovich

Car Went into the Greenburgh Library

Photo of the car that went into the Greenburgh library earlier today.  Fortunately, there were no injuries. The town is going to order concrete bollards (barriers) to prevent this from occurring in the future.


Photo courtesy Supervisor Feiner

Snow Closings Update

Snow Closings Update 01/23/2016 10:15 PM:

Transport of Rockland TOR buses will resume regular Sunday service at 8 AM, except Loops #1, 2 & 3 – start at 10 AM.

For full list click on “Closings”.

WRCR HD Digital Will Be Back Soon!


You won’t believe you are listening to an AM station! Crystal clear FM-quality audio on the AM band! Here’s how to get us on HD: You will need a HD receiver – 30 million are already in use!
Here is a link to an inexpensive but good portable receiver – “Sparc” available at Amazon.com:
http://SPARC HD Radio SHD-TX2 Portable Radio with AM/FM & HD Radio Tuners, Built-in Speaker and Emergency Alerts

Sparc Radio

Try it!

Tower Construction for AM-1700 Completed!

Today, May 24th, an important part of WRCR’s new transmitting facility has been completed. It’s our new 198 foot tower. One important enhancement includes its 7-foot concrete base, which is elevating it above any possible flood water levels.

Here is “The Crew” that built it: In foreground, left to right: Tom Ray, Project Engineer, Dr. Alex Medakovich, President, Alexander Broadcasting, Inc. and, of course, Northeast Towers construction team!




The new WRCR AM-1700 is broadcasting in standard analog AM, combined with the new digital, crystal clear HD Radio, on the same channel, AM-1700.

What does it mean to you? If you listen in HD, it means clear, crisp audio on AM, which sounds better than satellite radio and is close to FM-quality. It also means the same level of sound fidelity at a distance, as you have close to our transmitter in Rockland. It is a robust technology that overcomes interference from power lines and other sources, like cell phones and other electronic equipment.

About HD Radio Receivers

Just like traditional radio, but way better!

It’s time for a smarter radio. HD Radio devices receive a digital signal over traditional radio waves and require no Internet connection or monthly fee. Enjoy HD Radio at home, on the road, and on the go. HD receivers are factory installed with top automakers and available from leading electronics brands.

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

Please click on the image below to view all snow closings for Rockland County.