WVWC 92.1 (C92), a FCC-licensed WV Broadcast Station

Big upgrades to our federally-licensed radio station, C92 (WVWC 92.1 FM), were made in the last year. Professional equipment used by practicing DJs will become a part of your media studies experience. You’ll get your own show, produce your own content, and go live on a network that, pretty much, spans the world. Plus, you’ll become part of the student group that runs the whole thing.

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Say Hello to the Executive Team

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Emily Stasny

General Manager

My favorite part about C-92 is when I get to introduce and involve other people in the world of broadcasting. Since becoming General Manager, I have had the opportunity to see C-92 expand; we now have a full executive staff and over thirty new DJs. Each new class of DJs presents my exec staff and me with unique challenges and achievements, and I look forward to what the future holds for C-92.

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Gracie Cotton

Training Director

As one of C-92's Training Directors, I work hard to make sure that all the DJs know how to work our system, the rules and regulations of C-92, and proper DJ etiquette. I enjoy training the DJs and watching them succeed and grow to love C-92 as we all have. I love how C-92 is student run and how all the executives get to know each and every incoming DJ. C-92 is like a family of trained professionals that all work hard to make our campus radio station thrive and I could not ask for a better team.

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Niles Dailey

Training Director

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Juwon Akintunde

Sports Director

I am 21 years old and from London, England. I am the Sports Director for C92FM and I am also a member of the colleges mens soccer team. The name of my show is called Shmeet Radio which I host with Robbie Cornish and we are live on air every Thursdays nights from 9:50-11:50. We mostly talk about soccer in the UK, however we also play current urban music and talk about current affairs.

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Elaina DePetro

Technical Director

As Technical Director, I deal with the technical side of the radio, as well as any tech issues someone may have during their show. Also, I assist in the process of getting the music from a DJ's computer to the radio and recording radio shows. I love being an executive in C92 because I love to see all the different kinds of music each individual listens to!

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Phoebe Gorges

Public Relations: Campus Relations

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Yuya Argua

Music Director

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Rachel Smith

Executive Secretary

Rachel Smith is from Grapevine, TX and has been a part of C-92 for 3 years. She loves C-92 because it doesn't just have a specific genre; C-92 plays music from all different genres and languages because of all the different DJs. She is also a member of Alpha Sigma Phi's Phoenix court and majors in communications with minors in Spanish and social justice.

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Tiara Brown

Public Relations: Campus Relations

I am a Tiara Brown. I am the on-campus public relations for C92fm. I am a freshman media studies major and decided to be a part of the exec team because being involved and delivering information is fun and interesting to me.

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Emily Akers

Public Relations: Community Relations

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Karly Hunt

Programming Director

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Isaiah Robinson

Programming Director

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Katelyn Fluharty

Technical Director

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Stone Bellomy

Music Director

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Tabby Swanson

Public Relations: Community Relations

Being one of the Public Relations: Community Relations chairmen, I spend most of my time reaching out to the Buckhannon community. Whether it is to advertise our C-92 radio station or look for more sponsors, you can normally find Emily Akers and me buzzing around our small town. As a sophomore Public Relations major, I’m looking forward to being a part of our station for the next few years.

Students on the Air in the 2017 Spring Semester


New DJs learning to conduct their own two-hour shows.

Inside the New Studio