WMEC Radio

WMEC Radio

Medgar Evers College Commmunity Radio
Where Music, Pop Culture, and the latest News come together.


About Us

The shows that plays on educational based and provide a plethora of important information to our active listeners.  We encourage you to listen and would like to extend our gratitude to all those who dedicate their time to tuning in.

In 1972, using donated equipment from the Model Cities Program, Dr. Mary Umolu was awarded a grant to establish Medgar Evers College Radio, which began to broadcast over WNYE 91.5 FM reaching the tri-state area.

 From that point on, Dr. Umolu dedicated her time and 

unrelenting energy to transform the fledgling radio station into its current state as a successful communications vehicle for the students of the college, the Central Brooklyn Community, and beyond.

 Some of the most notable Deejays who have gotten their start from this radio station are Lenny Greene of 107.5 WBLS and Barry Mason of

 WMEC Radio can be accessed anywhere in the world by going on to the world wide web, visiting and clicking on listen live now. 

The shows that play on are educational based and provide a plethora of important information to our active listeners.  We encourage you to listen and would like to extend our gratitude to all those who dedicate their time to tuning in.

Thank you for your support


The Station

We broadcast 24 Hoursof cross-cultural talkand music.


We broadcast 24 Hoursof cross-cultural talk and music. WMEC RADIO Takes over the airwaves of: WNYE 91.5 FM Every Sunday From 6PM to 8PM Tune in for: New Dimensions 6PM Carbibbean Focus 6:30PM Writers on Writing 7PM Jazz on the Jnote 7:30PM

The Producers

Chief Engineer of WMEC. Tv, Radio and Lab Technician Of Medgar Evers College.

DJ and co-producer of the Quick Mix.. 

Medgar Evers College Radio Nation Club

Dr Brenda Greene is the executive director of the Center for Black Literature and the  Producer of "Writers on Writing" which airs on Sundays over WNYE 91.5 FM, from 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The weekly radio show provides a forum for emerging as well as established writers to discuss their craft and Black literature and literary-related topics from a variety of perspectives.

Stephanie Jeannot is a singer, songwriter and the producer and radio host of Jazz on the JNote, A show dedicated to keeping  this cultural music alive while also informing the community about the struggles and legaic achievements of the artists who helped bring this American musical artform to life. This show airs on WNYE on Sunday evenings from 7:30PM to 8PM.