NCCR is your premiere community radio station, serving the North Country of New Hampshire, Vermont, and beyond. NCCR offers culturally responsive programming with a focus on the immediate community. NCCR has a history of bringing upbeat live experiences to northern New Hampshire – whether local concerts and festivals, live in-studio performances, or conversations between our hosts and local community leaders. Over 50 weekly hours of original programming features nationally syndicated news and culture shows.
NCCR can be heard locally on the FM dial at WZNC-LP 99.9 FM in Bethlehem, New Hampshire.

We are quite honored to have received a 2015 Editor’s Pick Best of New Hampshire award this for being the Best Community Radio Station

 

Our Mission

Our mission is to unify and enrich the North Country with information, cultural expression, entertainment, and involvement from the community.

Our Vision

To create a community radio station with volunteer local DJ’s and to be commercial free and provide services to unserved or underserved parts of our community. To offer diverse programming and evolve to best serve the unique needs of the North Country. Funded by donations, underwriters, grants, and events.

Our Location

We are located in Mt. Eustis Commons at 262 Cottage Street in Littleton, NH.  Stop by sometime to say hello.

Our History

This project was inspired by the many talented and passionate people here in the North Country and radio station in Crested Butte, Colorado called KBUT. Nate Alberts, founder of North Country Community Radio, lived and enjoyed community radio for five years in Colorado before returning to his home state of New Hampshire. To this day, Nate, the NCCR board, and volunteers listen to and are inspired by KBUT. The non-profit group North Country Educational Radio was born in February of 2012 and on October 28th of that year, North Country Community began broadcasting their unique and locally produced programs online at northcountrycommunityradio.org. Not long after that NCCR began to expand their community reach by placing a low powered part 15 AM transmitter on the Tannery Marketplace in Littleton and broadcasted on AM 1700 AM before turning to the FM dial. Today North Country Community Radio can be heard online and on WZNC-LP Bethlehem 99.9FM broadcasting from the top of the Colonial Theater.

North Country Community Radio

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