Bouldin Radio is a privately owned broadcast company that operates locally focused community radio stations in Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, and West Virginia.
The right music, interesting stories, listener involvement, and fun promotions are all part of the daily entertainment offered on Bouldin Radio Stations. Research and diligence are used to ensure that just the right music and personality mix is always available.
The Stations of Bouldin Radio provide local news, information, and weather reports. News about what is happening in the neighborhood and forecasts so residents can plan their outdoor activities and are well informed during severe weather events.
Bouldin Radio’s stations provides live play-by-play coverage of local high school sporting events helping build enthusiasm for the home teams and giving recognition to the young athletes who give their all on the fields.
With years of experience, Bouldin Radio can create super effective advertising campaigns for local merchants to help move merchandise, build brand awareness, or to introduce new services.
Latest News about Bouldin Radio
Boulding Radio has completed the purchase of WNRJ-FM, 103.9 mHz, at Vienna/Parkersburg, as its first radio property in West Virginia. WNRJ-FM will remain in the Southern Gospel format. WNRJ is a full-power Class A FM station.
WXLZ-AM at St. Paul, Virginia, and WXLZ-FM at Lebanon, Virginia, have been acquired by Bouldin Radio. The two stations offer a country music format operating in simulcast. These stations have been the hometown stations for St. Paul, Castlewood, Lebanon, and Honaker, Virginia, for decades. Bouldin Radio intends to continue super serving the Russell County area.
Bouldin Radio, LLC has finalized the purchase of WRGS at Rogersville, Tennessee. Since 1954, WRGS has been the radio voice of Rogersville and Hawkins County with its world-famous Swap Shop, real country music, and live coverage of Cherokee High School Sports.
Bouldin Radio has finalized the purchase of WSWV and WSWV-FM at Pennington Gap, Virginia. The purchase of these stations was officially completed on November 28, 2022. The staff of the stations is expected to remain intact.