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Midcoast Maine's
News Station


Join us 6 to 9 weekday mornings for a caffeinated cacophony of news,
opinion, wit, wisdom, music and more -- all with a focus on the place
      where you live -- Maine's heavenly and dynamic Midcoast!


We’re glad you’ve found our website! Take a peek around at our photo gallery and videos of interviews with various guests, and check back often. We’re working hard on our new digital home for WCME and many great new changes will be coming in the next couple of weeks. Don’t forget to tune in on your radio or streaming device!


NEW! Available now for FREE, Radio Midcoast WCME has a mobile app so you can listen live from your Android Mobile Device. Download Now from the Google Store.



WCME is Midcoast Maine’s full-service radio station offering listeners a truly unique blend of community news, talk, weather, sports, music, and much more.


You can find WCME on your radio at 99-5FM and 900AM, and streaming on the web 24/7 at Tunein.com and radio9wcme.com.


We’re the station with the Midcoast Morning Buzz featuring local Midcoast news, weather, and live high school sports.

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Choose from the different streaming platform options below – Winamp, Windows Media Player, Real Player, or Quicktime. You can also stream directly from your browser by clicking the TuneIn logo.

. Now available for Android mobile devices, the Radio Midcoast WCME Mobile App available FREE from the Google Play Store.

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Recently Played


  • The first bells in Maine signaling the arrival of the new year are rung every year in Bath–the ringing of the Paul Revere bell in the belfry at City Hall and this year was no exception. If you missed it–you can hear the bell right......

  • John Perreault has been a vocal participant in town government for 12 eventful years as a member of the Town Council and for the last four years, its chair. He looked back and looked forward on today’s WCME Midcoast Morning Buzz. You can hear it......

  • Former Topsham Selectman Bill Thompson on the WCME Midcoast Morning Buzz joining the ever-growing chorus of community voices favoring forward motion on the construction of a new bridge over the Androscoggin River between Brunswick and Topsham....

  • In the same moment that commercial traffic is now prohibited on the Frank J. Wood Bridge connecting Brunswick and Topsham, very harsh criticism of the citizens group Friends of the Bridge, the group staging a legal fight in opposition to a new bridge. On ...