ROANOKE, Va., June 17, 2004 – The Virginia Tech Foundation will consider the annual budget for WVTF Public Radio at its meeting Thursday, June 24, at the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Jefferson Board Room.
The portion of the meeting dealing with WVTF will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. and is open to the public because WVTF received public funds. Only the WVTF portion of the meeting is open.
Services of Virginia Tech, WVTF Public Radio and RADIO IQ are listener-supported National Public Radio member stations. They broadcast locally and nationally produced classical and jazz music programs; NPR and BBC news shows, and locally produced journalism, conversation, information, and other cultural and entertainment programs. The stations cover central southwest, and southern Virginia, plus parts of North Carolina and West Virginia. Primary frequencies include, 89.1 FM for WVTF Public Radio in Roanoke and Blacksburg, 89.7 FM for RADIO IQ in Roanoke and 1260 AM for RADIO IQ in Blacksburg, 89.7 FM and 89.3 FM for WVTF in Charlottesville, 88.5 FM for RADIO IQ in Charlottesville, 92.5 FM for RADIO IQ in Richmond, and 88.3 FM for RADIO IQ in Spotsylvania/Fredericksburg.
For a complete listing of signals from Staunton to Greensboro and Richmond to Bristol, visit WVTF online.