Radio Station Information

WRVO 89.9 FM

City of License:
Oswego, NY

Format:
Public Radio

Owner:
State University Of New York

WRVO is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Oswego, NY. The station airs public radio programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

I used to contribute to this radio station. The station is primarily an NPR news outlet. That is they have news programs almost all day. I stopped supporting this station due to the change in the way the news is slanted by the national arm of NPR. WRVO used to and still has excellent and relevant locally produced shows, but I can no longer tolerate the extreme bias of the nationally produced NPR shows. So, I stopped supporting the station. I hate Q, the show from Canada. The station must get the show for free. "Live Wire" which I call "Lame Wire" is another looser. What are the producers at WRVO thinking???
By: Tom on March 13, 2018

My 70 year old brother Ken Smith, is bicycling from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. He will be arriving in Syracuse, NY today September 16. To date Ken has bicycled 3071 miles from Seaside, Oregon. He is biking to raise awareness and monies for a trust fund for his 16 year old grandson Jakob Smith, who requires 24/7 care for neurological damage. Along his bike route Ken has had a helping hand from many newspapers, radio stations local Fire Departments and local Police Departments. In Orofino, Idaho the police department gave Ken a whistles blaring, lights flashing escort into town. They even posted his story and picture on their Facebook page. In Fargo, he had a TV interview by Valley News Live that drew lots of attention and support and has been posted on YouTube under KEN SMITH RIDE FOR JAKOB. In London, Ontario he was escorted by both the London Fire Department and the London Police Department in to town and posted on the LPFFA Facebook page. His journey has been documented daily on Facebook at Ride For Jakob or Ken Smith Grand Rapids Michigan. Ken carries a letter of introduction and support from the Grand Rapids Fire Department. He is cycling the Erie Canal Trail. We thought this would be a great story for your readers. Any support would be greatly appreciated. Thank You Lois Unbehagen - Ken’s sister lois0316@hotmail.com 727-643-2448
By: Lois Unbehagen on September 16, 2018

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