Radio Station Information
City of License:
St. Albans, WV
City Of St. Albans
WWSA is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 96.9 MHz. The station is licensed to St. Albans, WV and is part of the Charleston, WV radio market. The station broadcasts Oldies music programming.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsK-Love 94.9, 96.1 KWS, WCHS 580 AM, The Jock 1300, WLUX 1450 AM, WAXE 106.9 FM, Rock 105, WVTS 1240 AM, WBES 950 AM, 97.5 WQBE
Listener Comments and Reviews
Actually, the station is on-air at 96.9FM. Station is mono, running St. Albans PSA's and city histories, then filled in with the format that they call "Times Of Your Life". Supposedly, they are to later collaborate with the Charleston, WV LPFM station WTSQ-LP 88.1FM. They are broadcasting from above the St Albans Police / Fire Hall (About 80ft) and can be well heard to Hurricane, WV, and Eleanor, WV. (I've yet to try them in other directions.) It's great to have these stations on-air!
By: Phil Schoenthal on May 28, 2016
I don't know if you are doing this, but I would like to announce locally that West Albans Church of God, 610 Austin Drive, St. Albans is having Vacation Bible School, July 18 - 22 from 6 - 8 p.m. I am so excited that this radio station is available.
Please email and let me know if you can announce this . Thank you
By: Sherill Morris on June 26, 2016
I received the inset in my water bill, it was commenting about shopping local. I try to shop local as much as possible and would love to get one of the cards for the discount. I can't always access the radio station. Is there another way I could get one of the cards. My cell phone number is 740 319-2252
By: Angela Higley on August 8, 2018
To be used as a PSA
July 25th at 11:15 A.M. everyone is invited to hear an unusual program of old-time music featuring Dan Cain at the piano. Admission is free and this is open to the public.
Dan Cain, Sr.
By: Dan Cain Sr. on July 20, 2019
WWSA Radio is an asset to the St Albans/Nitro community. They don't currently stream on line, which is a shame.
They deserve your support if you live in the local area, whether it be direct donations (like you would to a PBS station) or by mentioning the station when you shop at the underwriters businesses.
By: Paul on September 10, 2023
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