WKYK/WTOE provides a quality signal with the very best in entertainment and information for the people of Western North Carolina. It serves listeners and is able to provide a way for local businesses to reach people. It provides the listening area with information including a strong commitment to local news, information feature programs, and live play-by-play coverage of local sports, along with service type programs that make a difference in people’s lives. WKYK/WTOE provides companionship not only through informational programming, but through a variety of music with emphasis on the blend and format that will attract the largest segment of listeners in the area. WKYK/WTOE has local personalities who are identified with the activities in the area in which they serve. WKYK/WTOE provides a professional advertising service with promotions that stimulate sales for our clients and helps to build a better, more progressive community. These radio stations build long term loyalty and maintain sustained audience leadership.
The Mitchell News-Journal is published with pride for the people of Mitchell and adjoining counties by Community Newspapers, Inc., Athens, GA. We believe that strong newspapers build strong communities — “Newspapers get things done!” Our primary goal is to publish distinguished and profitable community-oriented newspapers. This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to truth, integrity, loyalty, quality, and hard work.
WETS-FM, 89.5, provides high-quality news and information programming for, and about, the region we serve roughly a 120-mile radius from the ETSU campus in Johnson City, Tennessee. WETS-FM serves as an informational and cultural outlet for our region, presenting news, music, and information that is unavailable on other broadcast outlets.
In addition to news from National Public Radio and its nationally distributed programs Morning Edition and All Things Considered, WETS features local and regional news through a partnership with the Kingsport Times-News and the Johnson City Press. Regional interests are also addressed through the WETS Community Forum.
WETS recognizes its responsibility to reflect the concerns and interests of a broad spectrum of listeners who are not served by commercial broadcast media. Our online presence permits an expansion of our service beyond the limits of broadcast technology.
The Blue Ridge Christian News features stories and events in Avery, Burke, Madison, McDowell, Mitchell, and Yancey Counties in North Carolina.