Hudson Mohawk Magazine (HMM)

a picture from above of a young person using the sound board and computer in the radio studio

Launched in 2017, the Hudson Mohawk Magazine is a volunteer-produced, local news hour that provides sanctuary for the discussion of topics affecting our communities. HMM airs weekdays from 6PM – 7PM and replays the following morning at 7AM and 9AM.

HMM is produced, engineered, and hosted by volunteers who are passionate about democracy and community journalism. We have a variety of opportunities for those who want to learn more about broadcasted community journalism!

Do you have a story for HMM? Or would you like to learn radio engineering, interviewing, and/ or production skills? Contact us at [email protected], (518) 272-2390, or fill out our volunteer application here!

Find us on Instagram or Facebook @HudsonMohawkMag

*We accept and invite volunteers of all experience levels and backgrounds

Want to get involved?

Apply to be a volunteer!

Ways To Listen:

• Stream Sanctuary Radio here.

• Listen on demand here.

• Tune into WOOC-LP 105.3 FM or through one of our partner stations: WOOG-LP 92.7 Troy, WOOS-LP 98.9 Schenectady, WOOA-LP 106.9 FM Albany, WCAA-LP 107.3 FM Albany, and WGXC 90.7 FM Hudson/ Catskill/ Acra.

CD cover with illustrations of notable Black figures such as Billy Holiday, Martin Luther King Jr., Nina Simone, Huey Newton, and many others.

Our theme music is, “(Hey God-damn-it) Things Have Got to Change” by Fred Ho & Quincy Saul, with soloists Bobby Zankel and Melanie Dyer from the album, “The Music of Cal Massey: a Tribute.”

Upcoming Hudson Mohawk Magazine Events

04 December 2023

Hudson Mohawk Magazine (HMM) is radio for the community, by community volunteers. If you are curious about the radio and have questions, if you're interested in getting involved, or if […]

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