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TWC News: Wimberley Radio Provides Invaluable Service in Community
Time Warner Cable stopped in to talk to our wonderful Wimberley Valley Radio volunteer, Greg Gibson, the man behind our station build-out. Greg continues to be instrumental in the work of the station. Check out their news story at this link.
TWC News: Community Radio Comes to Wimberley
Time Warner Cable News did a short news piece on Wimberley Valley Radio that aired on their cable news station. They happened to come when Texas Hill Country Music Makers was recording an interview with singer-songwriter Jill Welch, who happened to be in the area. Check out the interview here.
Website Reconstruction In the Works!
Wimberley Valley Radio's website will be undergoing a complete rebuild over the next several weeks. We appreciate your patience with us as we go through the process. This website is expected to continue to function in a limited fashion for the reduced number who can access it, but has encountered problems our web host and site builder cannot resolve.
KWVH License to Cover
On February 25, 2016, just 13 months after receiving a construction permit to build a radio station, Wimberley Valley Radio was granted a "License to Cover" by the FCC. A license to cover is a regular license to operate KWVH 94.1 FM as a low power FM broadcasting station as specified in our license. Those licenses are issued for a period of 8 years and stations then can apply to renew their license.
Can YOU volunteer, or donate?
Can you commit to helping for the next six months? WVR needs volunteers as well as financial support. Our helps identify the many ways you can help. Please help us grow this station into a Wimberley treasure by contributing your time and creativity. Also, investing money in a way that suits your budget in this worthwhile nonprofit, all-volunteer, community radio station is an investment in safety and all things local.
Need for Broadcast Radio Station Clear
The flooding disaster illustrates the need for a broadcast radio station for Wimberley like nothing else has done. The storm caused widespread destruction that crippled Internet services of all local providers for 2-3 days. Broadcast radio here could have provided all the information governmental and first responders were attempting to communicate to those affected by the floods.
At the time the station went on the air in early June 2015, Wimberley Valley Radio just had an FCC Construction Permit to build KWVH, 94.1 FM-LP for the Wimberley area. Broadcast equipment has been purchased and new studios built, and now we have our full license. Our most urgent near-term goal is to be able to broadcast live from our studios so that when the next emergency happens the community has time to prepare and moved to safety.
PLEASE DONATE TO HELP US BE ABLE TO BROADCAST LIVE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
Pitch YOUR Program Proposal
We are looking forward to the creative and valuable ideas from those wanting to host a show. Pitch your idea! To propose a radio show, please click on the Propose a Program form, fill out and submit it, along with some sample material.
We are looking forward to the creative and valuable ideas for relevant shows important to Wimberley. We hope to hear from you! For more information, email WimberleyValleyRadio@gmail.com or download the form here.
Several local programs are now streaming. Check them out by clicking on the Listen button above - and check out our program schedule for our full lineup.
Support Wimberley's Community Radio Station
Invest in Wimberley Valley Radio by donating!
WVR is Wimberley's only local source of up-to-the-minute breaking news, and is dedicated to being here for Wimberley in emergencies and daily life. In an emergency, we can be counted on when Austin media may have other priorities. And we are here for the long haul.
Your help is vital to our success.
Wimberley Valley Radio is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.
Wimberley Valley Radio is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are gratefully accepted.
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Donate Your Vehicle or Boat
Have an old car, truck, or other vehicle cluttering up your place?
Now you can help Wimberley Valley Radio and clean up at the same timel
Call 877-411-DONATE (877-477-3662) to learn about how to donate your used vehicle.
Two Ways to Listen
Wimberley Valley Radio is streaming online.
Listen on your computer or smartphone – or call to connect by telephone (712) 775-8152. The number works for any type of telephone, including landline. Give it a try! Note this is a new phone number to call.
Wimberley Valley Radio's Facebook Page Source of Community Events & Emergency Updates
Like our Facebook Page to get current updates on events, local news, and emergency info including traffic conditions and road closures. To get notifications, hover over the Like button until the menu shows and select the get notifications option.
Submit items for Facebook or our calendar on the web form at the bottom of our Community Calendar page.
See our criteria for Facebook and calendar submissions and postings before submitting.
WEATHER, FIRE, AND PUBLIC SAFETY LINKS
Click on weather site for real time weather map and related Wimberley weather info.
Professional and Trade Organization Memberships
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Other Memberships and Affiliations