You have a blast listening to music, while working, working out, and driving in your car. Sometimes though, you have troubles finding a music station that fits you. Sometimes your favorite station changes and what used to be a couple of minutes of commercials once an hour has become a couple of minutes of music once an hour! Or maybe you are new to Vermont, just visiting the area, or possibly just need a change. You have come to the right place.
Here we have all of the top Vermont music stations in one place, you are sure to find one that meets your tastes. Try out all of the Vermont stations and then give us your opinion on the best, worst, and any we don’t have on the list that should be. Whether you are in Vermont for a visit or have lived here for years, we want to hear your opinion.
We have catered our list of Vermont stations to the local opinions we have received so don’t stop sending them in. Music is an important part of our lives, in Vermont, and anywhere else. Music stations are also a personal thing. What is music to you? Is it what gets you through your daily commute in Vermont? Is it what you jam to in the shower? Is it what calms and centers you at work?
Montpelier , VT
The Point (“Independent Radio, The Point”) is a small radio network operating in the state of Vermont. The station first signed on as a single frequency local Montpelier station (WNCS) in 1977. The Point has won numerous national awards over the course of its history, including Radio and Records’ AAA Station of the Year (markets 101+) in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008.
WEXP (101.5 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Brandon, Vermont. WEXP broadcasts a full-service classic hits format with an effective radiated power of 350 watts with a directional antenna located atop “Grandpa’s Knob” near Castleton, Vermont. It brands as “101 The One.” WEXP is owned by Radio Vermont Group, which is controlled by former NASCAR broadcaster Ken Squier. 101 The One is simulcast on 101.7 WCVT in Stowe.
South Burlington, VT
WTNN (97.5 FM) is an American radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to serve the community of Bristol, Vermont, US, the station broadcasts to the Burlington-Plattsburgh area. The station is currently owned by Impact Radio.
WSYB (1380 AM) is a radio station in Rutland, Vermont. Established in 1930, the station is owned by Pamal Broadcasting and broadcasts a news/talk format.
WWFY (100.9 FM, “Froggy 100.9”) is a radio station licensed to serve Berlin, Vermont. The station is owned by Jeffrey Shapiro’s Great Eastern Radio. It airs a country music format. Air staff includes JD Green (morning drive), Leif Erickson (midday) P.D. Jim Severance (afternoons) and The Lia Show (evenings).
WRUV (90.1 FM) is a free format radio station. Licensed to Burlington, Vermont, USA, the station is currently owned by The University of Vermont. The station’s philosophy towards broadcasting is to “provide a mixture of different styles of music and an alternative to the watered-down offerings of corporate-commercial radio”. From ska, rock and jazz to house, hip-hop, classical or eclectic, the music choice is left to the disc jockey. Each DJ is assigned a weekly slot of two to three hours and allowed to program their own style of show (free format).
The Album Station is a locally-programmed station, broadcasting throughout the Champlain Valley and beyond, that has the freedom to play the music you want to hear, featuring over 6000 tracks of the best music from over the past 40 years. The Album Station is what FM radio used to be known for: an alternative to top 40 chart-driven programming.
WBTZ is a commercial radio station in Plattsburgh, New York, broadcasting to the Burlington, Vermont / Plattsburgh, New York / Montreal, Quebec area on 99.9 FM. The Buzz studio and offices are located in Burlington, Vermont. In 2008, WCPV shifted formats from classic rock to mainstream rock, giving WBTZ another new competitor but WCPV adopted sports format on January 1, 2011, citing heavy competition in the rock format.
WDVT (94.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Hits music format branded as “The Drive.” Licensed to Rutland, Vermont, USA, the station serves the Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction area. The station is currently owned by Pamal Broadcasting. WDVT is an affiliate station of the “Floydian Slip” Pink Floyd show.
WJJR (98.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Rutland, Vermont, USA, the station serves the Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction area with “the best mix of music.” The station is currently owned by Pamal Broadcasting. The station went on the air as WHWB-FM on 1980-07-11. On 1984-08-24, the station changed its call sign to the current WJJR.