Radio Station Information
WVPM 90.9 FM
City of License:
West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority
WVPM is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Morgantown, WV. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming and goes by the name "West Virgina Public Radio" on the air.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsWUKL 106.9 FM, Air 1 97.5, K-Love 93.9, WWVU 91.7 FM, WMBS 590 AM, WCLG 100.1 FM, WFGM 1300 AM, WAJR 1440 AM, WLOL 89.7 FM, Pickle 99.3
Listener Comments and Reviews
I have been getting intermittent reception on the fm station. 90.9. Why is that?
By: Rich Campbell on April 20, 2018
I was listening to your station Saturday night and at 10;15 the song "YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE" came over. It was a version I had never heard but was the best version I ever heard. The problem is I didn't catch who the artist was. Please help me ! Please please!
By: Gary Will on June 12, 2018
Kirk McTaggart , Pastor of New Venture Christian Church has managed to get Bean and Bailey (a very popular family friendly comedy show) to come to Fort Hill High School in Cumberland MD on Sept 8th for an event in hopes to spread the word about Jane's Place- Allegany County's Child Advocacy Center and help bring our community together. He and the church have gone door to door to many area businesses and have received some great sponsorships and amazing donations that will be raffled and auctioned off the night of the event.
Jane's Place is a nonprofit organization that depends upon the support of individuals, foundations, and corporations as well as State and County governments to provide for general program oversight and expenses. All proceeds after the production costs will be donated to Janes Place!
Lets help New Venture reach out to the community and let them know just how valuable Jane's Place really is to our community.
Tickets are available now! Tickets are $10 each and children under 5 are free. Please contact Kirk McTaggart by calling 301-729-4112, or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to get tickets tickets
By: Robert Jensen on August 23, 2018
Hi, I’m Terry Cunningham with Hearts of Gold Service Dog Program. We are looking for individuals and families to be temporary fosters for our service dog program. It’s a great cause to be a part of helping veterans get a service dog they need. I’m trying to get the word out but it might also be a good story.
By: Terry Cunningham on March 12, 2019
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