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Philadelphia College Radio Collective

The Philadelphia College Radio Collective is a group of college radio stations that combine forces to provide students and Philadelphians with information about upcoming shows around the area. The collective also has a blog that reviews albums and live concerts. Its mission, as stated on the website, is to serve as "an alliance between the student radio stations of the Greater Philadelphia area, formed with the mission to connect students to the vibrant music and arts culture of the city."[1]

Member schools, along with their radio stations, follow:

The blog is updated frequently. It also features a list of bands formed in Philadelphia as well as a list of DIY venues located in Philadelphia.

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  1. ^ http://www.phillycollegeradio.org/about.htm
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