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Thanks for listening to WWER! We’ve been on the air for a couple of months now and we’re pretty proud of what we have done so far. We want to improve and we’re asking for your help to do it. We now have a listener comment line – 804-214-6226 that you can call with your […]
You probably already know that WWER is a non-profit station, run completely by volunteers and funded by donations. We get donations from individuals and businesses. Some are large, some are small, but they all add up! They are vital to our continued operation. You can see their logos along the top of our home page. […]
The current Porch Talk edition which began airing on Saturday June 20th, is a conversation between Ted Tait and Peter Farney. If you’ve missed it on air, you can listen to it here:
If you weren’t able to attend, or maybe even if you were, you can listen to our coverage of the event! Our Program Director Tom Larson attended and recorded the festivities! Yes, there will be the speeches, but you’ll also hear the voices of a number of your neighbors. The segment ends with a interview […]
As you may know, the historic sailing vessel Edna Lockwood visited Colonial Beach during the Potomac River Festival. When she departed, they sailed up the Potomac for two stops in Washington, D.C. On their return trip toward the Chesapeake Bay, they decided to stop in Colonial Beach for the night. That’s when I caught up […]
WWER will be airing a special July 4th music show that will put you in the spirit leading up to the fireworks, and provide the soundtrack throughout the pyrotechnics. Bring your boom box to the beach and tune in to A Colonial 4th! If you’re on the point, put speakers on your front porch! If […]
Colonial Beach Community Radio includes the Colonial Beach Community Foundation (CBCF) on its list of sponsors. But make no mistake, the Colonial Beach Community Foundation is much more than a “sponsor” of WWER. For 2019, the foundation is the entity holding the FCC license for the station. More importantly, CBCF has provided a substantial contribution […]
Was it just me, or did Riverfest seem bigger and better than ever this year? The carnival was shiny and new, with cool lighting on the rides. The weather was just about perfect on Saturday, with lots of people enjoying the beach, the boardwalk and tours of the Edna Lockwood. The fireworks were spectacular as […]
Thanks to everyone for the continued support. Our June 1 launch weekend was a lot of fun and we heard a lot of wonderful feedback about the music and programs! After a bit of a bump in the road technically, we are back on air, working on making our signal more reliable. We are also […]
At about 8:00am this morning (Thu June 6th), WWER returned to the air with our replacement transmitter. It appears that our signal is significantly stronger than it was over the weekend — with a reach of nearly 10 miles! So that’s awesome. What’s a little less awesome are the occasional drop outs we’re having. We […]