The entire Radio Vermont family invites you to listen, bid & buy in support of this Green Mountain Treasure as Eric Michaels hosts The 17th Annual Vermont Symphony Orchestra Radio Auction, Thursday, April 30th on WLVB
From April through October
The Boston Red Sox are on 93.9, WLVB
Join WLVB's Jeff Angione for Rural Free Delivery
Every Saturday morning at 9 presented, in part, by Bill Bourne at Mortgage Financial, Morrisville...The Forget Me Not Shop in Johnson...and Chuck's Bikes, Bridge Street, Morrisville.
STEVE CORMIER JOINS THE RADIO VERMONT GROUP AS DIRECTOR OF SALES
Veteran Vermont radio broadcaster Steve Cormier has been hired as Director of Sales for the Radio Vermont Group.
Ken Squier, President of the five station radio group said “our stations, and particularly WDEV, are entering a new world with Steve Cormier as Director of Sales”. The Radio Vermont Group includes the flagship WDEV FM and AM, 101 The One (WCVT on Mt. Mansfield at 101.7 and sister station WEXP FM 101.5 in Rutland), and WLVB FM 93.9 in Morrisville.
Cormier is replacing long time veteran broadcaster, Tom Beardsley who announced his retirement earlier this year effective April 30th. “Beards”, who has been with WDEV for some 40 years will remain with us on “special assignments”.
Cormier, is perhaps best known in Vermont for his award-winning radio program, Corm and the Coach, and as Program Director for WIZN from 1986-1997. Most recently he was the station and sales manager at WTSA FM and AM in Brattleboro.
He is a graduate of Lyndon State College and has served the community through his work with the Ronald McDonald House, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Camp Ta-Kum-Ta and the Women’s Rape Crisis Center among others.
Take the Most Popular Music Format in the Country. Add Commitment to the Local Economy and Involvement in the Community. And You Get Lamoille County’s Most Listened-To Radio Station