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  2. WCAV - Wikipedia

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    WCAV (channel 19) is a television station in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, affiliated with CBS and Fox. It is owned by Lockwood Broadcast Group alongside low-power ABC affiliate WVAW-LD (channel 16).

  3. WNRN - Wikipedia

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    WNRN (91.9 FM) is a Public Radio, Adult album alternative, and formatted radio station licensed to Charlottesville, Virginia, serving Central and Western Virginia. WNRN is owned and operated by Stu-Comm, Inc. [3] Contents 1 History 1.1 Expansion 2 Personnel 3 Content 4 Repeaters 5 See also 6 References 7 External links History [ edit]

  4. WZGN - Wikipedia

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    WZGN - Wikipedia WZGN From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia WZGN (102.3 FM) is a classic hits formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Crozet, Virginia, serving Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia. WZGN is owned and operated by Monticello Media. [5] Contents 1 History 1.1 Translator 2 References 3 External links History [ edit]

  5. WVAW-LD - Wikipedia

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    WVAW-LD - Wikipedia WVAW-LD From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia WVAW-LD (channel 16) is a low-power television station in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, affiliated with ABC. It is owned by Lockwood Broadcast Group alongside dual CBS / Fox affiliate WCAV (channel 19).

  6. WFVA - Wikipedia

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    WFVA From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia WFVA (1230 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Fredericksburg, Virginia. [1] WFVA is owned and operated by Centennial Broadcasting. [4] It airs a talk radio format. The studios, offices and transmitter are on Mimosa Street in Fredericksburg. [5] The call sign stands for F redericksburg, V irgini A.

  7. WHRV - Wikipedia

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    WHRV is a Public Radio formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Norfolk, Virginia, serving Hampton Roads. It is the flagship National Public Radio member station for Hampton Roads, and is a sister station to the area's PBS member, WHRO-TV. It airs a mix of NPR news and talk programming, jazz, blues, and folk music.

  8. WCRW - Wikipedia

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    WCRW (1190 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Leesburg, Virginia, and serving the Washington metropolitan area. [3] WCRW airs a brokered programming radio format, where hosts buy time on the station and may use their shows to promote their products and services, or seek donations. Some programs are in Spanish.