Western North Carolina Public Radio, WCQS, will host a community meeting July 30th at 6:30 pm in the Transylvania County Library. WCQS President and CEO, Jody Evans, wants to hear from residents in Transylvania County about how the station is doing and how it can reflect the concerns and issues facing residents in Transylvania County. Evans will talk about what’s going on at the station and share news about WCQS’s radio signal in Brevard. Reception in Brevard and Transylvania County has been disrupted and challenging for several years and Evans will provide information on plans for a new frequency for the region.
Evans says, “We hope listeners in Transylvania County will join us July 30th to discuss how WCQS is serving you. Please come ready to share stories and concerns from your community.”
WCQS broadcasts on 105.1 FM in Brevard.
Through WCQS-FM and its associated broadcast services, Western North Carolina Public Radio is committed to enhancing the quality of life in Western North Carolina by expanding listeners' horizons through new perspectives and listening experiences; promoting the free and independent interchange of ideas and information; and enriching and reflecting the cultural climate, heritage and traditions of the region and society through classical and other music, and the arts.