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From Greg Goodfellow

By Staff | Aug 4, 2010

The Summer Knights Radio Program will officially end this Friday. Make sure to come out to the 48th Tyler County Fair to see the Knights Radio Summer Knights tomorrow and Friday between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to see them in action. Please make sure to let them know what you like and don’t like about the station.

Also, Knights Radio thanks the following for their generous donations during our emergency drive for new automation software: Tim Aiken and Union Bank of Middlebourne ($500); Valley Tire in New Martinsville ($150); Kevin and Jill Wagner ($200); Reliable Supply in Sistersville ($100); the Tyler County Fair Board ($100); the Middlebourne Grange in Alma; Tyler Feed and Grain and Did’s Designs, both of Middlebourne.

We’ve taken in approximately $1,160 in total donations, which is a great beginning. However, we still need almost $2,000 more to make our goal. Our new system has been proved by both LiteRock 93R and WXCR, and will eventually allow for much better integration and precise airing of several syndicated programs. We will no longer have to pay $600 in annual tech support, as the first year’s support is free, and support should not be needed after that expires. Also, future broadcasting students will have a much-easier time at these stations, should they be hired either part- or full-time.

If you are either a for-profit business, a non-profit, or a listener, you are all desperately needed. You deserve the very best, and our proposed system, again area and industry proven, will get us to that goal. Time is of the essence, as once the system is received, thousands of music files will need to be evaluated, converted, and then entered. Faculty and other volunteers will then be needed to assure a timely transition. thank you in advance for any help, financial or technical, that you may provide, and please keep listening to Knights Radio, WRSG!


Greg Goodfellow

WRSG Radio Station Manager