Virginia Voice Broadcast Area

Virginia Voice programming is available in the Greater Richmond area using one of our pretuned radios. The Greater Richmond area is a 40- to 45-mile radius of the WCVE-FM broadcast tower, which is located at 23 Sesame St., North Chesterfield, VA 23235. Radio service includes the following cities and counties:

INDEPENDENT CITIES

Richmond
Petersburg

Colonial Heights
Williamsburg

Hopewell

COUNTIES (ALL OR PORTIONS)

Amelia (central and eastern)
Chesterfield
Goochland
James City
Louisa (southern)
Powhatan

Caroline (southern)
Dinwiddie
Hanover
King and Queen (western)
New Kent
Prince George

Charles City
Fluvanna (eastern)
Henrico
King William
Nottoway (northern)

Other Services in Virginia

WHRO Voice

WHRO Voice is our sister station in the Hampton Roads area. We make our on-air programming available to WHRO Voice, which rebroadcasts our programs from 3:00 pm to 9:00 am Monday through Friday, Saturday from 3:00 pm to noon Sunday and Sunday from 5:00 pm to 9:00 am Monday. WHRO Voice serves all or parts of the following cities and counties:

Chesapeake
Newport News
Poquoson
Hampton
Mathews (southern)

Address:
5200 Hampton Rd
Norfolk, VA 23508

Isle of Wight
Norfolk
Gloucester (southern)
Northampton
Williamsburg

Phone: (757) 889-9379
Program Coord: James Holzer

Suffolk
York
Virginia Beach
James City (southern)

Email: james.holzer@whro.org
Website: www.whro.org/voice

The Metropolitan Washington Ear

The Washington Ear serves the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. Virginia Voice sends the weekday recording of the Richmond Times-Dispatch for rebroadcast. In addition to the D.C. area, the Washington Ear also serves all or parts of the following cities and counties:

Arlington
Manassas
Fairfax

Address:
12061 Tech Road
Silver Spring, MD 20904

Alexandria
Loudon (eastern)

Svc. Coord: Sylvia Rosenthal
Contact: Ms. Neely Oplinger
Phone: (301) 681-6636

Falls Church
Prince William

Email: neely@washear.org
Website: www.washear.org

The Valley Voice

The Valley Voice serves the Shenandoah Valley area. The Valley Voice focuses on local news and information by presenting readings of publications from the region. Most listeners hear Valley Voice through Cable TV as the audio background of certain PEG(public / educational / governmental) channels. Valley Voice audio is present for all or part of the day on: Harrisonburg CitySpan, Staunton CitySpan, Charlottesville Public Access TV. The Valley Voice serves all or parts of the following counties and cities:

Augusta
Albemarle
Page
Orange (southwestern)
Staunton

Address:
JMU WMRA Radio Bldg.
983 Reservoir St
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

Highland (eastern)
Greene
Rappahannock (southern)
Nelson (northern)
Harrisonberg

Phone: (540) 568-3810
Director: Matt Bingay

Rockingham
Madison (western)
Shenandoah (southern)
Charlottesville
Waynesboro

Email: bingaymc@jmu.edu
Website: www.wmra.org/valley-voice

WVTF Radio Reading Service

WVTF is a public service of the Virginia Tech Foundation and serves the Roanoke / Blue Ridge area. WVTF broadcasts a program mix of readings from local, regional and national newspapers and magazines. WVTF serves all or parts of the following counties and cities:

Bland (Eastern)
Alleghany
Pulaski
Salem
Carroll
Bedford
Patrick
Campbell
Galax
Salem
Danville
Covington

Address:
3520 Kingsbury Lane
Roanoke, VA 24014

Giles
Bath
Montgomery
Botetourt
Floyd
Amherst
Henry
Appomattox (western)
Radford
Bedford
Lexington
Lynchburg

Phone: (540) 985-8900
Vol. Coord.: Danielle Bonds

Craig
Wythe (northeastern)
Roanoke
Rockbridge
Franklin
Nelson (southwestern)
Pittsylvania
Halifax (western)
Roanoke
Martinsville
Clifton Forge

Email: wfvt@vt.edu
Website: www.wvtf.org/rrs-schedule

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