Radio Station Information

Georgia Public Broadcasting

WSVH 91.1 FM

City of License:
Savannah, GA

Public Radio

Savannah, GA

Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission

WSVH is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Savannah, GA and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming and goes by the name "Georgia Public Broadcasting" on the air.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

“Forty Acres and a Mule” Commemoration of Black Church Power January 12, 2017 What: “Forty Acres and a Mule” Commemoration Day honors the meeting of twenty men of God with Secretary of War Edwin Stanton and General William T. Sherman on January 12, 1865 in Savannah with a film presentation and discussion. It was this meeting that produced the U.S. land redistribution policy known as “Forty Acres and a Mule.” Who: The “Forty Acres and a Mule” Commemoration Committee is sponsoring the event. Why: The purpose of the showing of the film and discussion with the audience is threefold: To address the crucial relationship between the black church in Savannah and the success of the meeting; to explore the event’s historical significance; and to examine issues raised by the meeting. Who Should Attend: People who wish to promote racial reconciliation. There is no charge. When: Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 4:00 PM. Where: Bull Street Public Library auditorium, 2002 Bull Street, Savannah, Georgia. Contact: Fritz Rumpel Email: Phone: 912-659-4383 Website:
By: Fritz Rumpel on December 26, 2016

PBS radio tells it like it is without endorsing any specific agenda. Up to date facts with unbiased news. Classical music could be vastly improved, however.
By: Robert Holmes on January 4, 2017

Good Day: The GA Office of SOS is sending the Secure GA Vote trailer to Bryan County for a pair of events this Friday; I’ve pasted the release below. On Saturday January 11, 2020 we’re in Liberty County at the Hinesville Health Clinic, 1113 Oglethorpe Highway from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. and at the Liberty County Community Complex in Midway from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. at 9397 East Oglethorpe Highway. Thank you for helping us make voters aware of these voting system demo’s. Sincerely, Sharyl Sutton Voter Education Coordinator Georgia Office of Secretary of State 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., SE Suite 802 West Tower Atlanta, GA 30334 (470)989-8833 OFFICE OF GEORGIA SECRETARY OF STATE BRAD RAFFENSPERGER FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 7, 2020 Contact: Sharyl Sutton (470)989-8833 Secure the Vote trailer at Bryan County this Friday (ATLANTA) – The Bryan County Elections Office is partnering with the Office of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to bring the Secure the Vote trailer to Richmond Hill and Pembroke on Friday, January 10, 2020. “With the Presidential Preference Primary eleven weeks away, my Office is driving our Secure the Vote trailer to several counties offering voters a hands-on experience with the new system before early voting starts in two months,” said Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who launched Secure the Vote Dec. 5. “Bryan County is home to many of our military families stationed at Fort Stewart, located in the middle of the county, and is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Area, one of Georgia’s largest cities.” The Secure the Vote trailer scheduled visits for Bryan County on Friday, January 10, 2020: 9 a.m. – Noon Bryan County Administrative Complex 66 Captain Matthew Freeman Drive, Richmond Hill, GA 31324 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Bryan County Courthouse 151 S. College Street, Pembroke, GA 31321 Secretary of State elections staff and voting ambassadors will also be available to answer general questions about using the machines. Secure the Vote is an inclusive, broad-based education initiative effort to show people in all walks of life, in every corner of the state, what to expect when they begin voting in 2020 from the paper-ballot system. Georgia is replacing all of its first-generation electronic voting machines with the paper-ballot system, the largest rollout of voting equipment in U.S. history. Voters make their choices by pressing a touchscreen, then print their ballot where they can confirm their selections before casting the ballot at the ballot box. The paper ballots can be audited and recounted. Paper ballots will be used across the state in the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary. Their first use in Georgia was during the November 2019 municipal elections in six pilot counties. They are also being used for Special Elections in January for vacancies in the General Assembly both in House District 171 and Senate District 13. Secure the Vote operates a website with information about the new system and a short video demonstration at It also has a team of voter education coordinators fanned out across the state conducting demonstrations at faith-based organizations, civic clubs and other gatherings. The Secretary of State is Georgia’s chief election officer and has the mission to help ensure secure and accurate elections. County election officials run the actual elections and handle voter registration. ###
By: Sharyl Sutton on January 7, 2020

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