RADIO IQ offers BBC news and NPR talk programs through signals in Roanoke, Richmond, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Ferrum, Emory, Lexington and the New River Valley. RADIO IQ is a service of WVTF.
WAMU is the leading public radio station for NPR news/information and local/regional news in the greater Washington, D.C. area. It and WRAU 88.3 in Ocean City, Maryland are member-supported, professionally-staffed and licensed to American University. Since 1961, WAMU 88.5 has provided programming to a growing audience that now totals more than 700,000 listeners in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
WEHC is the Emory & Henry College and Community station, bringing public radio broadcasting to a wide swath of Southwest Virginia. Students, as well as members of the E&H staff and faculty, provide much of the programming
for WEHC 90.7.
WHRV brings the world to Hampton Roads, with the latest local, state, national and international perspectives—through programming from NPR, and PRI, and the BBC overnight. The station is licensed to the Hampton Roads Telecommunications Assn.
WMRA serves Charlottesville and the Shenandoah Valley from Winchester to Lexington, with local news reporting and programming from NPR, PRI, PRX, and the BBC, on the air at 90.7 in the Valley, at 103.5 in the Charlottesville area, and online at wmra.org..
WRIR carries Virginia Conversations Wednesdays at 4:00 PM, on 97.3 serving Richmond as the city’s “Independent Radio”.
WTJU is a non-commercial educational radio station licensed to the Rector and Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
WVRU is licensed to Radford University and serves the New River Valley. Staffed primarily by students, the station offers news, music and entertainment programming.
WVTF offers NPR programs for most of western, central, and south side Virginia plus Richmond. WVTF’s signals reach more than 1.3 million Virginia residents. WVTF is a service of Virginia Tech.
Allegheny Mountain Radio is a network of three community stations which are public and non-commercial. They are operated by volunteers and a small paid staff. Pocahontas Communications Cooperative, the licensee of the stations, is a non-profit organization formed in April 1979 for educational and charitable purposes and to operate community radio stations.