Freeform radio station in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Owned by the University of Michigan, operated by students.

Started in 1952 as a station inside of the residence halls, and began broadcasting at 10 watts in 1971.

Changed its call letters to WCBN, and its frequency to 88.3 in 1977.
"To the extreme left of your radio dial."

Grew to 100w in 1984.

Today it is primarily for freeform radio shows, or shows that do not have a set playlist or format, though it does have specialty shows (like the "Sounds of the Subcontinent," which covers Indian music).

Consider it the Midwest's WFMU.

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