Cape May Locals Talk Radio
WCFA 101.5 FM is Cape May’s community radio station, featuring music, conversation, storytelling, and local affairs programs. All shows are produced and hosted by volunteers. The station was founded in 1995, and reaches up to Avalon.
Listeners over the internet at Cape May Radio online is much wider audience.
Each program on the station is underwritten by sponsors. The Cape May Locals Talk Radio program is underwritten by Cape Assist, Uncle Bill’s Pancake House and the Exit Zero Cook House.
Recently, Coldwell Banker Real Estate of the Washington Street Mall made a generous donation to repair the stations transmitter. Though still streaming online the broadcast fell silent over the airwaves.
Programs on the Locals air at 2:00 PM on Friday for the first time. They repeat on Monday morning and Wednesday evening. Once broadcasted, the Locals becomes a podcast. Uploaded to Soundcloud and picked up by iTunes.
Show topics have included openings of new businesses and celebrating the achievements of others. Local civic issues have also been discussed on the Locals.
Discussing Fins Bar and Grille Sunday Socials was popular topic. Fins recently pass the $100,000.00 donation mark in Sunday Socials.
The ever popular topic of parking in Cape May and a report from the parking commission was delivered on the Locals of Cape May
Perhaps the most refreshing aspect of the Locals Radio is the record on location feature. Sound engineer, Tom Hogan works miracles. Whether recording outdoors covering a parade or in a bus riding from brewery to brewery, Hogan makes us sound good. Ambient noise is not a problem for Tom.
Have a suggestion for a show? Want to host the locals at your location. Contact us on our Facebook page or leave a note in the comments. Tune in and hear what the conversation on the Cape May Locals Talk Radio is all about.