WV RADIO NEWS

West Virginia Radio Corporation is a West Virginia owned and operated broadcast company with operations that span several West Virginia cities including Morgantown, Charleston, Clarksburg, Fairmont, Elkins and Weston.

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Metronews

MetroNews is the only true statewide medium. MetroNews and wvmetronews.com is where West Virginians tune for compelling news and information, statewide talk programming, high school sports, Mountaineer sports and much more.

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Pikewood Creative

We can wow your potential customers in 30 seconds or bring jam-packed arenas to their feet. We compose stunning video, produce animation, motion graphics, develop marketing strategies, and design logos, websites, and more.

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Our Mission

WVRC is dedicated to providing a high quality, profitable, commercial radio communications service where employees are recognized as the most valuable asset.

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Your customers are in constant motion. Radio and Internet are the mediums that follow them throughout the day – from the bedside radio alarm in the morning to their computers at home.

30+ Stations

West Virginia Radio Corporation owns and operates more than 30 stations across West Virginia and Maryland covering news, talk, sports, rock, country, top 40, and classic hits.

Morgantown, WV

WAJR-AM, WKKW, and WVAQ

CLARKSBURG, WV

WAJR-FM, WBRB, WBTQ, WBUC, WFBY, and WWLW

ELKINS, WV

WDNE and WELK

CUMBERLAND, MD

WCMD, WDYK, WKLP, WQZK, WDZN, and WVMD

CHARLESTON, WV

WCHS, WKAZ, WKWS, WRVZ, WSWW, and WVAF

BECKLEY, WV

WSWW, WJLS, WJLS

MARTINSBURG, WV

WEPM, WLTF, and WICL

SUMMERSVILLE, WV

WSWW-FM

“The ad on your website looks fantastic and the phones are ringing off the hook with questions about it. So, just wanted to say that you guys rock.”

Jessie Rice,

“We have a variety of issues that we try to communicate to key policy makers … on any given day during the session a legislator will come up and say, ‘Hey, I heard your spot on MetroNews during Hoppy’s show. …I think that’s exactly what you need to be communicating.'”

Tony Gregory,

“Whenever we try to look at canvassing our entire footprint, MetroNews is the first media outlet that comes to mind. …A lot of times when we do creative things, we send it to Metro. …They’ll turn it around for us and it sounds a lot better, most of the time, than what we pay the agencies to do.”

Kenny Phillips, Suddenlink Communications