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Allegheny Mountain Radio is looking for a part-time evening announcer/ producer

This position is a critical part of defining the sound of Allegheny Mountain Radio.  The candidate:

  • •  Should have an exceptional knowledge of music, advanced live and or recorded production skills.
  • •  Must be self-directed, motivated and willing to work evening hours.
  • •  Will participate in all aspects of fundraising, host and or produce regularly scheduled air-shift/programs and prepare reports as required.
  • •  Will perform other duties as assigned by the program director and General Manager.
  • •  Could potentially work for any AMR location (Frost, Monterey, or Bath County)

To apply for this position send your resume to richard@amrmail.org by November 22, 2018.

Allegheny Mountain Radio provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Allegheny Mountain Radio

Allegheny Mountain Radio is a network of three community stations which are public and non-commercial: They are operated by volunteers and a small paid staff. Pocahontas Communications Cooperative, the licensee of the stations, is a non-profit organization formed in April 1979 for educational and charitable purposes and to operate community radio stations. Financial support is derived from individual donations, business underwriting and grants.

Allegheny Mountain Radio

Allegheny Mountain Radio is a network of three community stations which are public and non-commercial: They are operated by volunteers and a small paid staff. Pocahontas Communications Cooperative, the licensee of the stations, is a non-profit organization formed in April 1979 for educational and charitable purposes and to operate community radio stations. Financial support is derived from individual donations, business underwriting and grants.

OUR COMMUNITY. BE A PART OF US!

Allegheny Mountain Radio serves the Allegheny Highlands of the two Virginias: Our coverage area includes Pocahontas County in West Virginia and Bath and Highland County in Virginia. Learn more about these communities by following the links below.

POCAHONTAS COUNTY

“The Birthplace of Rivers”

BATH COUNTY

"Where Dream's Come True”

HIGHLAND COUNTY

“Virginia’s Little Switzerland”

OUR COMMUNITY. BE A PART OF US!

Allegheny Mountain Radio serves the Allegheny Highlands of the two Virginias: Our coverage area includes Pocahontas County in West Virginia and Bath and Highland County in Virginia. Learn more about these communities by following the links below.

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Pocahontas County

"Birthplace of Rivers"

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Bath County

"Where Dream's Come True"

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Highland County

"Virginia's Little Switzerland"

Dental hygienist introduced us to a great radio station and the benefits of flossing: Dorries

You know the routine. 

Slide into the pleather recliner. Put your arms at rest. Ease your feet up. Relax. 

Again… relax.… 

A bib slides across your chest. An examination light swings low. Count deep breaths.

“OK, turn a little this way. Open wide, please.” In go the tools of the hygienist’s trade.

All’s good. Until two minutes into the cleaning. The pop playing on the office’s choice of radio gives you a mild ache. It's the music. 

A Powerful Voice in a Quiet Zone

Tucked away in the woods just beyond Pocahontas County High School sits the modest headquarters of a powerful radio network. Its power lies not in the network’s transmission capabilities, but rather in its dogged determination to offer original, local programming that not only entertains and informs its listeners, but involves them as well.

Allegheny Mountain Radio (AMR), as the umbrella network is known, recently adopted Mountain Magic as its tagline. That is a fitting description for an operation that has somehow found a way to serve communities within the remote regions of the United States National Radio Quiet Zone. Radio transmissions in the Quiet Zone are heavily restricted by law to facilitate scientific research by radio astronomers at the Green Bank Observatory.

FEATURED STORIES

Protect my Public Media

The President’s budget proposes eliminating public media funding. Without this critical seed funding, your local stations may be ...

Cedar Grove Documentary

Cedar Grove is an hour-long radio documentary co-produced by Allegheny Mountain Radio and West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Listen ...

Do you want to be a DJ?

AMR has openings for volunteer DJ’s that want to have their own show! Tuesday mornings from 10:00 am ...

What does it mean to be a Veteran?

https://www.alleghenymountainradio.org/content/uploads/2015/11/Veterans-Day-story-Radio-Club.mp3 AMR's Radio Club went out and interviewed Veterans and N0n Veterans and asked the question, "What does ...

Click to find out how!

Do you know there are a LOT of ways you can tune in to Allegheny Mountain Radio, including ...

Thank you Gibbs!

Gibbs Kinderman was honored on air by Board President Rachel Tompkins during Bluegrass Sunday Live on April 26th, ...

Information

  AMR airs sermons from our local clergy every Sunday morning. We are looking for clergy from any ...

SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY RADIO

Help keep Allegheny Mountain Radio on the air.

SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY RADIO

Help keep Allegheny Mountain Radio on the air.

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Allegheny Mountain Radio
9836 Browns Creek Road
Dunmore, WV  24934

PLEDGE BY PHONE

Call AMR at 1-800-297-2346 between 9 AM and 5 PM.
We will take your pledge information and follow-up by sending you an invoice.

LATEST NEWS

Mon Forest announces winter closures on the Gauley and Marlinton-White Sulphur Ranger Districts

Winter in the Mon Forest is beautiful, but travel can be a problem

Pocahontas County Commission Considering Important Major Purchase

Pocahontas County 911 Director Mike O’Brien discussed with the County Commission the possible purchasing a new 911 Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD,), a 911 Phone System, a mapping application and a new Records Management system for the Sheriff’s Department.

Board of Ed Receives Update on the MIP at Pocahontas County High School

OWPR Architects, who is managing the Major Improvement Project at PCHS, reported that the sewer system install has been delayed because a vender sent the wrong sized holding tanks.

The HCRC 2018 Holiday Lights Contest Is Open for Entries

Catie King, Highland County Recreation Commission Director, has the details on this year’s Holiday Lights Contest, with winners planned to be announced, along with a driving tour, on December 19, 2018.

Bacova Beer Co. Opens in Hot Springs

For pictures of the brewery as it grew, visit their facebook page.

Highland County Humane Society Pet Food Drive

Corena Huffman with the Highland County Humane Society provides information about their pet food drive and who to contact with animal welfare issues.

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