YAP radio plans to air Clay High Baseball and Softball games this
Spring. To do so, we are in big time need of sponsors. $50 is the asking
donation to sponsor the entire season. In return, you get your name mentioned
four times during each contest plus, you'll know you've done something
nice for CHS athletes.
TG plans to be behind the mic during each game in 2017. Great play
by play and color, that's what TG provides on YAP radio.
It's easy to contribute to community radio. You can use the PayPal button
on the home page, or call us at 304 587 8353, email your intent to support
101.7FM at email@example.com or snail mail us at: PO Box 954, Clay W Va
Thanks in advance and Go Panthers, Go Lady Panthers!
Young Voice of Clay County W Va
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Note Feb 16 2016
radio was hacked with a ransomware bug on Feb 2nd. A second attack came
Feb 14th. The vicious ware has destroyed many of our music files. We are
working on repairs. In the mean time, programming is limited.
Not sure if it's related to the vicious attack, but connectivity from the
main drive computer to the transmitter is cutting off often.
Patience please as we work thru this mess.
During the second week of July
in 2015 YAP radio moved to #6 Carr Street in downtown Clay, West Virginia.
The new quarters will offer more spacious round table discussion programs
as we grow. We started broadcasting from Carr Street on July 13 2015.
Stop by for a tour of our humble operation.
On Monday Sept 23rd 2013
the internet service at the station was shut off due to no fault of our
own. Building owner CAEZ is responsible for providing internet service.
Without internet ,the web cams do not work nor does the local 101.7 FM
audio. No WYAP until CAEZ gets the internet available at our site.
days without internet, WYAP-LP came back on the air Sept 30th around 2pm.
WYAP Board of Director meetings are held the third Monday of each month,
at the station located st #6 Carr Street in downtown Clay beginning at
Mr and Mrs. Public, you are encouraged to attend and participate. Volunteers
Become a Broadcaster
You can become a DJ on YAP radio.
Stop by the station to sign up now. Lots of fun and looks darn good on
a resume too.
moved the downtown station to the Valley Fork School building high atop
McGolgin Gap. After being off the air from Thursday Jan 10th 2013
at 4pm, YAP completed the move and signed on at the new location
on Sunday Jan 13th 2013 at 6pm
We're working on a new telescoping
tower with a slightly higher elevation.
Thursday afternoon April 30th 2009
the standing wave was adjusted on the antenna. We're back and sounding
better than ever. Thanks TD for all the help with the bucket truck.
from the 2013