Charlotte Community Radio Secures Broadcasting Home

It’s Official! We found a home in NoDa.

Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district – a neighborhood where the people are as diverse as the art, live music, craft beers, restaurants, custom gifts and tattoos you will find here.


Logo: NoDa, Charlotte's Arts DistrictCharlotte Community Radio, a non-profit, community-focused, volunteer-run, non-commercial internet-based, community radio station, will move into the SEEDS training center, located on 36th Street in NoDa, on January 2, 2015. Live audio broadcasting will begin in February.

The station will act as a forum for people, issues and events that traditionally lack media access by promoting user-generated content and citizen journalism in an effort to engage the local community. Arts, cultural and music programming will be produced or hosted by local artists, performers, musicians, storytellers, DJs, and other community members who know Charlotte and the surrounding areas well. More than anything, we want to put “community” back into radio and we invite you to Join Us!

Who are we? We are volunteer steering committee members who are laying the foundation for Charlotte Community Radio and we’re chair dancing to Matuto Music right now. If you’d like to get your Appalachian-Afro-Brazilian groove on in celebration of our great news, you can find all the details surrounding Matuto’s performance on The Evening Muse event calendar.

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Let’s Build It Together!

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