WERU Community Radio 89.9 FM (Blue Hill) & 99.9 FM (Bangor)
Contact: Denis Howard
Route 1
East Orland, ME 04431
Phone: 1-207-469-6600

WERU provides programming that is diverse, engaging, surprising, alternative, worldly and local.

WERU's sound is made possible by volunteer power, listener support and community participation. We offer diverse music and cultural programming, alternative news and community-centered public affairs programming.  We are an independent and locally owned and operated community radio station, offering noncommercial programming to, for and by folks living in our signal area in Eastern Maine.  We invite you to browse our web site to find out more about WERU Community Radio.


  • to provide a community-based, noncommercial radio service for the people living in the areas covered by the station's signal;
  • to broadcast programs designed to serve the needs of those not currently served by other broadcast media;
  • to be a voice of many voices offering a wide variety of people an opportunity to share their experiences, concerns, and perspectives with their neighbors over the WERU airwaves and internet.
Other Locations
Route 1
Phone: 8666259378
WERU-FM Community Radio Recipient of $6,000 Grant from ...

The Maine Community Foundation recently awarded WERU with a $6,000 grant to be used for strategic planning, particularly around programming, community engagement and development. Comprehensive audience research will be the cornerstone of this strategic planning. “Community Radio WERU is a vital ...
David Letterman Musical Celebration on WERU

The legendary David Letterman is retiring. What better way to honor his eclectic musical tastes than playing a sampling of bands that have appeared live on his show over the years? Tune into WERU Community Radio—89.9/99.9FM and streaming at— tonight, Friday, May 22, from 6 to 8PM for a ...
WERU Live at All Roads Music Festival

WERU Community Radio will broadcast live from the All Roads Music Festival this Saturday from 3-6pm, from its temporary studio at Belfast City Hall. WERU will be part of this “Celebration of Maine and Indie Music Artists” with live music and interviews, as well as recorded music, by festival ...
Salted Tales II on WERU Community Radio - Friday 10am

Part I was a big hit, don't miss Part II this morning at 10:00 and at WERU's news and public affairs archive at!
Salted Tales on WERU Friday morning, April 17 at 10:00.

WERU will present "Salted Tales: Stories from the Sea Told Live" recorded by WERU in Belfast on March 29th. The special program will be aired in 2 parts, starting this Friday and continuing on May 15th. The event was a co-production of the Penobscot Marine Museum and the Colonial Theatre. You ...
The Spirit Of Winter In Midcoast Maine
Disc Jockey Narration by:  Caren Mulford, Denis Howard, and Nina Poole (Video by: Christopher Lehmann)
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