|Live Stream||Listen Live|
|City of license||Henrietta, New York|
|Slogan||The Pulse of Music|
|First Air Date||1961 (600 AM)|
|Licensed Power||910 Watts|
|Format||Non-Commercial / Educational|
|Height Above Average Terrain||125 feet (38 meters)|
|Transmitter Location||Ellingson Hall (50A)|
Pronounced W-I-T-R, or "witter". WITR is the radio station's call sign, which stands for W Institute Technology, Rochester. Until the mid 1970s WITR was an AM station whose call sign was WRIT.
Studio A is the main broadcast studio for WITR. DJs preview and play music to be broadcasted over the air either by CDs, vinyl, or a digital library. Studio A has a guest studio connected to it for guest appearances, such as band interviews and ask Destler, or for additional DJs to be on the air at the same time.
Studio B is for DJs or members to preview and review CDs, vinyl, and music in the digital library. Studio B also has equipment for DJs to record themselves to place into the automation system within their respective times if they are unable to make their show.
Studio C is the recording Studio for WITR. Local bands will come and record sessions to be used for Rochester Sessions. Underwriting, announcements, and public service announcements are recorded and edited in Studio C by WITR's production team.
Studio X is WITR's new broadcasting studio located in the SAU Atrium, next to Nathan's Soup. Studio X is expected to open in mid February 2015.
The music library houses the estimated 28,000 records and 40,000 CDs owned by WITR.
The Pit houses all of WITR's servers, audio processing equipment, and broadcast analysis tools. The Pit is also used by the engineering department to store and fix equipment in the station.
WITR, CAB and EGS come together and host one of Rochester Chip's monthly events right on campus. Rochester Chip has 'promoting artists and groups who use the sound chips of retro computers and video game consoles to create new original music.' []
WITR boasts the second largest vinyl record collection in New York State.
Current Shows include The Pulse of Music, Bad Dog Blues, Dimension Latina, House Rhythm Radio, Reggae Sounds, Rochester Sessions, Skank On, The Answer, The G Spot, Indestructible Beat, Raised on Rock, Smash 'em Up, Top 20 Countdown, The Echo Chamber, Bleacher Banter, Sunrise Lounge, Sad Jams, and Folk You.
Previous Shows include but are not limited to Dysfunctional Noise, Normal Happiness, Jamtower Radio, Headbanger's Haven, Density Wave, Jazz Cafe, The Newsroom, Fever of 1518, The D Zone, Exploring Classical, and The 13th Floor.
WITR also broadcasts RIT Men's and Women's Hockey, the university's two Division 1 altheatic teams. Mens hockey is broadcasted over the FM airwaves, while the Women's hockey is played over the second stream available at witr.rit.edu. However, Both have their audio feed played over the America One  college hockey tv programming.
|2011||MSO of the Year 2010-2011||RIT||—|
|2013||MSO of the year 2012-2013||RIT||—|
|2014||MSO of the Year 2013-2014||RIT||—|
|2014||Best College Radio Stations||The Princeton Review||9th|