With a predominantly reggae music format, 105.5 WYOB-FM is a non-commercial, not-for-profit radio station.  Professionally produced with a curriculum designed to provide radio skills to Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students by seasoned broadcasting professionals.

WYOB-LP is on the air 365/24/7—just like commercial stations—and students are encouraged to participate year round as they learn all aspects of the radio industry.

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“Everyone should tune in. This is one of the most unique formats on the radio. I love it!! Retired Radio Programming Consultant, FL Dwight C. Douglas
“Rocking to it in Los Angeles! “ Ben Davis · Professor at California State University, Northridge
“Sweet...to have at home...yes!” Virginia Yorke · Wayland High School
“Thanks for sharing Skip! Receiving in Hollywood, Florida...” Earl Adams · Orthopedic Surgeon at Everglades Regional Medical Center
“This is great! Streaming from Norwood, MA and sending over to Vanuatu!” Laura Jernegan · Peace Corps Volunteer Coordinator at Peace Corps
“Playing at MVM!” Katy Fuller
“Enjoying this in Colorado!” Chuck Lontine · Founder/Owner/Operator at Owner of KKCL-AM/FM Golden, Colorado
“Nice to feel connected all the way out here in Maui” Pamela Norris


Food on the Vineyard: Stardate 2017

The Island turned a spotlight on Jamaican food this summer, with a special evening of Jamaican food, sponsored by WYOB, at both Atria and the Edgartown Diner in honor of Jamaican Independence Day. 


MV Times - MVRHS Students Hit the Airwaves on 105.5 FM

WYOB 105.5, the Island’s newest radio station, serves up a mix of reggae, classic soul, and rock, and is run entirely by Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students. Operating out of a small 10- by 10-foot room in the high school’s Career Technical Education (CTE) wing, a group of students can be found on Tuesdays and Saturdays huddled around computers, microphones, and radio boards.


WYOB reggae station has MVRHS students and Islanders jammin’

In a 10-by-10 office beside the Culinary Arts Dining Room in the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, students are simultaneously learning business and broadcasting, meanwhile bringing reggae station 105.5, WYOB-FM, to Island listeners.  …[READ MORE]

Radio Inc – Radio Wayne: Where Are They Now? Skip Finley

In 2017, not only is Radio Ink celebrating its 25th birthday, our Radio Wayne Awards also turn 25. The Radio Wayne Awards were started in 1992, the same year The Pulse of Radio became Radio Ink.   …[READ MORE]

MV Times – Mojo Nectar, a rising reggae album

Wanna get your dance party groove going? A good place to start is with “Mojo Nectar,” a new reggae-heavy CD by the band of the same name. Vineyard builder and woodworker Stephen Hart, previously the drummer and vocalist with the Island-based world music rock band the Ululators, assembled the group from a selection of seasoned musical buddies.[READ MORE]

Vineyard Gazette – Farm Neck Foundation Grants

The Farm Neck Foundation has announced its annual grants for the year 2016. This year’s grants total $79,710. The foundation is an independent charitable corporation created by Farm Neck Golf Club.

M & M Community Development-WYOB-FM received $2,000 to buy a back-up transmitter.


Vineyard Gazette – Facilities Tour at High School

At a meeting on Thursday night, community members toured the career and technical education facilities at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and sampled treats prepared by the culinary arts students. In between nibbles they confronted leaky windows and ceilings, poor air ventilation and talk of rats.


WYOB delivers the goods ==> funky fresh reggae riffs 24 / 7 / 365. Just what our island needs! Non-stop Jamaican jams and Caribbean canticles to keep MV moving and grooving. Ja, mon.

Steve Martin

I am visiting on vacation from Long island NY and this station was tuned on the radio of the house we are staying in for the week. I had to look you up so I could send you an email! I listen to XM radio and I have been trying for years to find a beachy reggae station. 105.5 is everything I’ve been looking for! Great job in the music selection!!

You guys beat out the corporate radio stations and XM any day. Great job. Keep up the great work!

Chris Crans