Radio & Television
MOUNTAIN 91.5 and 101.1 THE BEAT are student-run radio stations operating out of Moore Hall at Central Michigan University.
WMHW's Mountain 91.5 started it's journey as 10 watts in 1972 and has grown to over 10,000 watts. It broadcasts HD and analog service at 91.5 FM and covers Bay, Clare, Gratiot, Ingham, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland and Saginaw counties. It features music that you can enjoy at the breakfast table, in your car, while shopping, or in your office, featuring today's best singer-songwriters. All this, complemented by daily news and sports updates, as well as exclusive play-by-play of CMU women's basketball, softball, volleyball and men's baseball. Mountain 91.5 is also the only station to broadcast every Mount Pleasant High School football game.
Launched in April 2010, 101.1 - The Beat mixes over 20 years of hip-hop and R&B that will get you out of bed, energize your workout, and get you ready for a night on the town. This station's R&B and Hip-Hop offerings are available throughout Isabella County at 101.1 FM and also online.
MOUNTAIN 91.5 and 101.1 THE BEAT are owned by Central Michigan University and are under direct supervision of the School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts and operate as the primary radio broadcast laboratory for the students of that school.
News Central 34 has the largest news coverage area of any regularly scheduled student produced live nightly television news broadcast in the state of Michigan. Because of an agreement with the Mid Michigan Area Cable Consortium, News Central's broadcast is seen in more than 10 municipalities in three counties in mid Michigan.
News Central began broadcasting in October of 1978 as a half hour newscast. Twenty years later, the show evolved into an hour-long broadcast. As a part of Central Michigan University's School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts, News Central 34 is one of the only student produced news shows in the nation with an hour-long format airing live four nights a week with a special half-hour edition on Fridays.