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Become A Sponsor Of The Non-Commercial, Educational Radio at Nassau Community College

Become A Sponsor Of The Non-Commercial, Educational Radio at Nassau Community College

We invite businesses and individuals to become sponsors of The Voice of Nassau Community College, 90.3 WHPC – with packages starting as low as $100/month.  For pricing and other information, please contact Shawn Novatt, WHPC Director, at

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WHPC has over 60 different types of programming – most of which can not be found on any other radio station on Long Island!  

WHPC is a non-profit, non-commercial, educational radio station. Becoming a sponsor or underwriter offers benefits including:

  • Increased community validation
  • Enhanced brand reputation
  • Positive ROI for your business
  • Tax Benefits – all money given to WHPC is tax deductible.

Sponsors may create their own campaign or work with WHPC to create a custom, multi-media marketing strategy that includes on-air, social media, event sponsorship, program and studio naming rights, and more. Your important messages are tastefully showcased during short breaks and not left competing for attention among the ‘clutter’ of multiple ads heard on commercial radio stations. 

For pricing and other information, please contact Shawn Novatt, WHPC Director, at

Audio Samples of Previous and Current Sponsors

The Haunted House of Hamburgers

Children-Related Spot – Bellmore Merrick Childcare

Service Business Spot – Atlantic Avenue Laundry Service

Concert/Event – Dionne Warwick Concert

Medical Spot – Fassman Podiatry

Financial Spot – Meadowbrook Wealth

Law Business Spot – Enza Brandi Law Firm

Music/Band Spot – Konkussion Band


Ed Kranepool: ’69 Mets & More

Ed Kranepool: ’69 Mets & More

Rob and Tim Leonard talk with Ed Kranepool, a member of the 1969 World Series Winning New York Mets, and a member of the Mets for 18 seasons. He is the author of ‘The Last Miracle: My 18-Year Journey with the Amazin’ New York Mets.’

From Amazon: No origin story of the New York Mets is complete without Ed Kranepool.

The lefty first baseman known as “Steady Eddie” made his major-league debut at age 17 during the team’s inaugural season and would eventually depart, nearly two decades later, with his name written throughout the franchise’s record books.

In this definitive autobiography, Kranepool shares a remarkable life story, including early years playing stickball in the streets of the Bronx, the growing pains the Mets endured as an expansion club, his offseasons working as a New York stockbroker, and of course the miracle 1969 season that ended in an unforgettable World Series victory.

He also opens up about the personal miracle which came 50 years after that famous championship: a lifesaving kidney transplant made possible by a Mets fan donor. A month after the surgery, Kranepool threw out the first pitch at Citi Field and boldly offered his services as a pinch hitter.

Add Sonic Cinema To Your Radio Station

Add Sonic Cinema To Your Radio Station

WHPC is making one of its most popular shows available to YOUR non-commercial radio station!  Be one of the first 10 radio stations to sign up and get in on the ground floor at no cost to you – just promise to air the show in a regular weekly time slot and let us know when it will air!

The show can be sent to you as one 58-minute file, or as three segments that add up to about 58 minutes, allowing you to add a local station sponsor or station identification between the segments.

Audio Samples are below!

About Sonic Cinema

How about an hour of music from the movies YOU love? That’s Sonic Cinema! Every week, mild-mannered-moviegoer Ray Schwetz personally curates a selection of soundtrack music with a different theme. We focus on music from the movies from the 1930s to present, playing pop tracks, orchestral scores, trailers, dialogue bits, and more.  Here’s a smattering of the topics we’ve covered:

  • Sonic Cinema Universal Icons of Fright
  • Salute The Psychos
  • Sonic Cinema Says I Do
  • Back 2 School
  • Sci Fi September
  • At The Drive In
  • Sonic Cinema Summer Camp
  • Christmas in July
  • Arnold Vs. Sly
  • Best Car Chases
  • Sonic Cinema Salutes Baseball
  • Black History Month
  • Bond Tunes
  • Macho Men
  • Summer of 1982
  • May the 4th
  • Synthwave
  • Composer Spotlight
  • Alien Invasion
  • Family Movie Night
  • Bad Romance
  • 70s night, 80s night, and 90s night

Drama, romance, horror, science fiction, superheroes, musicals… you get the point! Sonic Cinema is the soundtrack to your day!

Ray SchwetzAbout The Host, Ray Schwetz

When 7-year-old Ray Schwetz saw Star Wars at the local Drive-In, lying atop his parent’s  1974 Gran Torino station wagon, it was love at first sight.  Seeing the spaceships on the big screen with the night sky and stars as the backdrop, Ray felt like he was there, experiencing the adventure of a lifetime.  Movies became his passion.  Before video, and long before streaming, the best way to relive those movies in his memory was to play the original motion picture soundtracks on his turntable.  Sonic Cinema has given him and his listeners that same experience – a movie without the movie!

Back in the 1980s, when Ray Schwetz was asked what he was going to be when he grew up, his response was that he wanted to be the next Steven Spielberg or John Carpenter. Now at the age of 53, Schwetz may not be the next Spielberg, but he did enjoy a brief stint working with Cinema Image Productions, writing, directing, producing, editing, and acting in films. He also had a few near-misses as a potential PA for the Dennis Quaid film ‘Frequency’ – get up at 2am? No thanks, an extra in the Michael J. Fox/James Woods film ‘The Hard Way’, a script for a potential Lifetime Network show, and as the editor of a German-US coproduction for the production team behind the ‘Resident Evil’ films.  Now a family man married for 30 years with three girls; ages 12-23, and only ONE bathroom, Ray Schwetz enjoys a successful career as a Credit Union Business Banking Executive who moonlights as a philanthropist and radio DJ.

As host and producer of Tower Talk Business Radio on Long Island’s 90.3 WHPC out of Nassau Community College, Ray interviews business and community leaders, authors, musicians, and filmmakers. As producer and host of Sonic Cinema, Ray enjoys spinning tracks from the movies he loves, and that he knows YOU will love.  Movies from the 1930s all the way to the present. Every week is a new theme, sometimes focusing on the season, sometimes focusing on recent releases or trends, sometimes providing nostalgia, and always sharing personal insights and great tracks to satisfy your movie music fix.

For more information about how to get SONIC CINEMA on YOUR radio station, email Shawn Novatt at today.

Available in THREE PARTS so you can put a sponsor and station identification between the segments, or as a full 58-minute show weekly.

Three Part Sample:

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3