Our flagship station has been part of the fabric of Vermont since 1931. Founded by Lloyd Squier and then headed by his son, Ken, WDEV has been covering Vermont news and offering community insights for many Vermonters their entire lives. WDEV's eclectic programming reflects the diverse tastes of our community and our advertisers are often just as important to informing our listeners. From the Morning News Service to Vermont Viewpoint to Music to Go to the Dump By, WDEV exists to be in service the communities of Central and Northern Vermont.
101.7 WCVT Classic Hits Vermont plays 50-minute plus music hours of a wide variety of the biggest hits and biggest hit artists of the 60s and 70s. This is the place to hear James Taylor, Crosby Stilla & Nash, Elton John, and The Beatles, alongside The Eagles, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac and The Rolling Stones, all expertly curated and programmed by award-winning long-time local DJ, morning host Zeb Norris .
Our target audience of educated upscale adults appreciates the easy to listen to tone and flow of the station. 101.7 WCVT Classic Hits Vermont is about the music. We don't yell or have irritating station IDs. We mix the music for a feel-good flow that's fun, familiar, and easy to sing along with. Tune in and find out for yourself!
We launched WLVB in 1993 to bring a community focus to country music in Lamoille county. Aside from being the most popular format in the country, WLVB has taken a page from WDEV's book to establish themselves in the community, and that's bringing in ordinary people who want to make a difference in their downtowns and giving them a voice in their local radio station. You'll often find our hosts talking to business owners, volunteers, and local musicians who people in town look up to and want to know more about.
We offer several podcasts covering a variety of topics where you can advertise your business. Podcasts offer a way to reach an audience not limited by geography or daypart.