The West Virginia Broadcasters Association (WVBA) has been serving radio and television stations across the Mountain State since 1946. With nearly 90 percent participation by radio stations and 100 percent with TV stations in WVBA as members, the WVBA represents the interests of broadcasters at the federal and state level. The WVBA also offers training, legal and compliance support, and other services to members.

Become a Broadcast Member

To become a member, please call Michele Crist, Executive Director at 304.744.2143 or email mcrist@wvba.com for further information.

Membership dues for radio are based on county of license and by market size for television.

As an WVBA member, your station can take advantage of the many WVBA services, including:

  • Legislative Advocacy
  • Access to WVBA’s Legal Counsel
  • Reduced fees for Alternative Broadcast Inspection
  • Reduced fees for Seminars and Conferences
  • Job postings on WVBA Website
  • Business Support Services

Become an Associate Member

WVBA Associate Members span a range of industries, from engineering firms and suppliers of goods and services to organizations that partner with stations throughout the state.

All Associate Members benefit from the ability to keep up with issues affecting the broadcasting industry through WVBA updates. Associate Members are welcome to attend WVBA events at the member rate. Dues for Associate Members are $150. For a dues statement, please contact Michele Crist, Executive Director at 304.744.213.

Upcoming Dates

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Date 02.24.2020
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NAB Show – Las Vegas
Date 04.18.2020 - 04.22.2020
12 Sep
NAB Radio Show – Nashville
Date 09.12.2020 - 09.16.2020

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