Radio Station Information

WETS 89.5 FM

City of License:
Johnson City, TN

Format:
Public Radio

Market:
Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol, TN-VA

Owner:
East Tennessee State University

WETS is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Johnson City, TN and is part of the Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol, TN-VA radio market. The station airs public radio programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hi there just wanted to remind you that we are having another rally in Johnson City March 21. Hope you can cover us. Here is the link to the rally https://www.facebook.com/events/1570773026498680/1571217619787554/?comment_id=1571223776453605&notif_t=like. Had tons of people that have been contacting me asking to get in touch with the Media about this. They are are wishing for more Medical Marijuana News
By: Seth Green on February 12, 2015

MEDIA ADVISORY Free Screening of the Remote Area Medical: Documentary Please plan to attend the free screening of the Remote Area Medical: Documentary on Thursday, October 22 at 6:00 pm at the Paramount Theatre located at 518 State Street in Bristol, Tennessee. Special guests include Eric Hutchinson and Wendell Potter. Wendell Potter is a former public relations executive for one of the nation’s largest health insurers and is currently analyst for the Center for Public Integrity and advocates for meaningful healthcare reform. Eric Hutchinson is a representative for Remote Area Medical. What: Free Screening of the Remote Area Medical Documentary with special guests Wendell Potter and Eric Hutchinson Who: Wendell Potter, senior analyst for Center for Public Integrity Eric Hutchinson, Remote Area Medical When: October 22, 2015 at 6:00 pm Where: Paramount Theatre, 518 State Street, Bristol, TN Why: Healthcare debate often centers on payers and mandates while overlooking the everyday citizens who would have no access to healthcare. This documentary highlights those citizens by telling their story through the Remote Area Medical two day pop up clinic held at the NASCAR speedway in Bristol, TN in 2012. Directors Jeff Reichart and Farihah Zaman, through this film, open the window through which we can view the view the vast and otherwise unseen sea of our neighbors whose voices need to be heard.
By: Pamela Weston on October 18, 2015

Hello WETS, I would like to request a PSA: there is an organization called the Borgen Project which seeks to lobby on behalf of the world's poor. The point of this is to benefit American interests. Without impoverished and uneducated communities and countries which multiply the possibility of violence the world is a safer place, it is better for America diplomatically and economically. By lobbying for bipartisan bills that support economic opportunities and education in impoverished countries we expand American economic interests in creating middle classes where there were none and stabilize democracies. To learn more please go to https://borgenproject.org . Best Wishes, Amelia Holliday
By: Amelia Holliday on August 9, 2018

Hello, Please announce the follow as often as you can up until the date of the performance. Also please have the Saturday afternoon host to the live show announce it also. The St. James Community Center in southern Greene County is sponsoring a concert featuring Carson Peters and Iron MountIn. The concert is on Thursday,September 12, at 7:30 p,m, at 3220 RoadSt. James Road, Greeneville. Tickets are available at $15.00 per person and must be purchased prior to the show by calling 423-312-4392. Carson Peters performed with Ricky Scaggs at the CMA awards last November on ABC television and has performed several at the Grand Old Opry. Thank you, Brenda Olafsen
By: Brenda Olafsen on August 19, 2019

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