Germantown Community Radio

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Germantown Community Radio - Giving Voice to Northwest Philly

Established in 2018, Germantown Community Radio is a time-sharing partnership among three low power community radio stations broadcasting from central Germantown on 92.9 FM from Wednesday noon until Sunday midnight year round. The broadcast reaches all of Northwest Philadelphia from Chestnut Hill to Nicetown and parts of nearby Montgomery County and North and West Philadelphia.

  • The time-share stations are:
WRGU-LP belonging to Germantown United CDC, a nonprofit Community Development Corporation;
WRLG-LP belonging to the Germantown Life Enrichment Center (GLEC), a 150 year old nonprofit recreation center former YMCA;
and WGGT-LP belonging to Gtown Radio, an established internet broadcaster.
  • The studio is located on Maplewood Mall in Germantown, and broadcasts are also programmed and scheduled remotely over the Internet.
  • Germantown United CDC is time-sharing the radio frequency, 92.9 FM, with two other organizations in the community – G-town Radio and the Germantown Life Enrichment Center.

How to Listen: Tune in to 92.9 on your FM dial. The broadcast signal will easily reach a significant potion of the City of Philadelphia. The radio programming is also webcast on and also may be heard anywhere using various phone radio apps.

Program Schedule:

  • In the morning WRGU-LP carries primarily syndicated programming often expressing viewpoints not typically available through mainstream media outlets. A variety of sources make for a lineup of independently produced, weekly programs.
  • In the afternoons WRLG-LP carries educational programming, mostly locally produced.
  • At other times WGGT-LP carries a mix of live broadcast and recorded music.

Northwest Philly, Germantown, Mt Airy, Chestnut Hill, Nicetown, Tioga, Fern Rock, East Falls, Blue Bell Hill, Cheltenham, Elkins Park

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