Author: Ted Tait
As your community radio station, we want to know more about you, and the music you love! Music is such an important part of our lives. Everyone has their favorite songs. Those songs that you can hear over and over again and never get tired of. Those songs that always make you want to turn […]
We are pleased to announce that in cooperation with the Colonial Beach Playhouse, we will broadcast their radio play, “Incident at the Bell House,” on Tuesday Jan 26 and Saturday Jan 30 at 8pm Remember the days before television when radio dramas kept listeners glued to their radios. Colonial Beach Playhouse is bringing you […]
Have you thought about volunteering for WWER but were afraid that you don’t have the right skills? Maybe you just never ‘got around’ to emailing us or calling? We want to fix that! Everyone has some skills, and we can train you for things you may not already know. On January 23 at 11AM we […]
This New Year’s Eve is going to be different. If you’re staying safe, it’s not going to be a night of going out with friends. But that doesn’t mean we can’t all party. Join WWER from home for a virtual party! Starting at 7PM, we’ll have a great mix of party music for all of […]
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Hi folks, I’m sorry to report that we are having some issues with our streaming service. We are working to resolve the issue with our service provider. Thanks for your patience!
This Christmas we will have some special programming for you! We’re already playing a lot of Christmas music. On Christmas Eve at that will switch to all Christmas music through Christmas Day with some special programs as well: Christmas Eve 7PM – Beach Breeze and Grooves Christmas special #1. Enjoy Christmas tunes with a Beach […]
I’ve been catching up on posting to our archives. In case you missed them when they went on air we have all of our Porch Talk and Town Matters shows on our archive. Newly uploaded are the Porch Talk where Sally Adams chats with Caryn Self Sullivan, and the two Town Matters shows we have […]
As a non-commercial station, our two main sources of income are our WATTS members and our Underwriters. Underwriters are businesses who donate money to WWER in exchange for on-air mentions of their business. A more common term might be sponsor, but we like to differentiate with the term underwriter we are not a commercial station. […]
It’s been a rough year for all of us, including non-profits like the Foundation and WWER! We did not get to do a lot of the event fundraising that happens in the Summer. We didn’t get to go to events. Some of our Underwriters from last year could not afford to renew this year. It’s […]