WVCU Mt. Lion Radio 97.7 FM serves the Concord community and surrounding areas. Offering alerts and information in the event of an emergency, as well as, a diverse yet fresh blend of music, news, public affairs, and sports. Content can be created by students, faculty, staff, and community members.
WVCU is administered by Concord University’s Board of Governors and Technology Services Department. WVCU is programmed and operated by Concord students and the communications faculty/staff.
Fall 2022 show schedule
Old Boots and New Roots
Hosted by Logan Bennet
Seth and Sandy’s Sports Show
Hosted by Jared Sandy
Hosted by Emily Beggs
Kaleb Watson Show
Hosted by Kaleb Watson
Meet The Staff
Brock is a 2003 Concord graduate with nearly 20 years of broadcast experience in the radio industry. He is the Program Director of J104 (WHAJ-FM, Bluefield, WV) and also hosts the Afternoon Drive Show weekdays from 2pm-7pm. In his spare time, Brock enjoys playing music and spending time with his family. He resides in Princeton, WV with his wife, Jessica, and three children, Chelsey, Carly, and Isaiah.
Radio & TV Services Manager
William Bailey has served Concord University since 2003. He is a graduate of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and Concord University with degrees in Music and Video Business and a Regents Bachelor of Arts. Before coming to Concord, William worked at WOWK-TV and WVNS-TV as well as Stanley Communications. He is responsible for the Administration and development of WVCU-LP 97.7. He strategically plans the development and implementation of emerging broadcasting technologies. Monitors the Station. Develops policies and procedures for Radio and TV that ensure Concord University is in compliance with all state and federal regulation as well as ensure these policies are carried out by the academic community.
Alvin White serves as Concord University’s Director of IT Support Services as well as the Media Specialist for WVCU.
Being a member of the WVCU team provides invaluable experience for students and volunteers alike with a chance to work in a professional radio station environment. The experience also provides an introduction to the non-profit sector.
Students can become a part of the WVCU team by signing up for the relevant courses, or by joining the WVCU “Mt. Lion Radio” Club, a Concord based student organization.
Faculty, staff and community members are welcome to sign up for a mentorship in order to become a volunteer. Volunteers may provide content as a live DJ, and/or show producer as well assist with music maintenance and more.
A big thank you to Cheap Thrills Records, Chick-fil-A Princeton, and Aramark for serving as WVCU’s underwriters! Interested in becoming an underwriter or need to renew your contract? Please fill out this form.