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Do you have a concept for a show and want to be a DJ, or lend a hand behind the scenes?
WVCV 103.5 invites our alumni, faculty, staff, and members of the community to broadcast or create Podcasts for the WKCV listeners.
Our WKCV DJs
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“I work behind the scenes, which is super fun. I’ve produced over 40 shows in two years, including Lou Jasikoff’s Sanity Check. I’m a self-proclaimed nerd from New York. When I’m not busy working in the WKCV studio, I spend time playing instruments, watching YouTube videos, or doing homework.”Jennifer Ocana | Audio Engineer
“I provide the best metal music offered at WKCV, from local and international metal artist from around the world. During my show, The Wolves Den, I play genres from metalcore, deathcore, thrash, death metal, industrial, black metal, new releases, and so much more!”Steve Storm | Metal Music DJ
“I have been involved with the radio station since my freshman year. I enjoy a wide variety of music and I am a vinyl record enthusiast. Too much of my money has disappeared thanks to buying records. My listeners can expect to hear a variety of music; perhaps, even some scratchy vinyl will be going out over the airwaves.”Mitchell Winters | DJ
On Stage with WKCV
WKCV On Stage provides local artists and students a chance to collaborate on projects that will promote the talented artists in our area.
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