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Interview with The Gregory Brothers aka "Autotune the News Guys"
Written by John Kayrouz   

The Gregory Brothers in the WUVT studios


One of the bands who performed at Blacksburg's Steppin' Out, the Gregory Brothers - the guys known for autotuning the news -  came into the WUVT studios for a special interiview.  The group talks about living in Brookyn, their new album "Meet the Gregory Brothers," and their roots in the New River Valley.  

Listen to the interview here

 Want more?  Listen to some tracks off their new EP.

Transmitter Update -- August 5th
Written by John Kayrouz   
     Your WUVT staff has been working hard as the move to the Price Mountain broadcasting site continues.  Here's what we've completed:  Moving the transmitters up to the mountain, acquiring (and welding a new frame for) our backup generator, improving fans/ventillation inside our Price Mtn. building, and much more.  A link to other  pictures during the transmitter move and generator welding is below.  Moving the Harriet transmitter out of Lee Hall
Transmitter Update - Summer's Hot! June 24, 2009
Written by Kevin Sterne   
And yet another good break without much of an update.  But at least this time there is a lot that's been
Talk at the Table
Written by Jared Thomson   

Andy's new show can be heard online at the following link:


WUVT to Operate at Reduced Power Starting Sunday
Written by John Kayrouz   

     Greetings fellow Wooviteers.  We are still scheduled to have our new "beast-of-a transmitter" up and running on Price Mountain by early June. However, Lee Hall, our current broadcast location, is about to undergo renovations.  WUVT was originally scheduled to leave Lee in early June, but, due to unforeseen events, is now forced to leave the location by Sunday, May 17.

     Because of these unfortunate occurrences, WUVT will be transmitting at reduced power starting Sunday, May 17 up until our Price Mountain location is ready to broadcast at a whooping 6.5 Kilowatts.  Our broadcast range will be significantly reduced during this time.  Unfortunately, this period may last for up to four weeks.

     You can still listen to the WUVT online stream with no effect from the power reduction here .  Any questions should be directed to our phone line, 540-231-9880, or to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

     Again, we apologize for this unexpected event.  WUVT will be pulling some late hours in order get our Price Mountain transmitter working early June.  Hold in there friends.


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