Radio Affiliate Info
"On the Farm" Radio debuted in January 2002 and is now broadcast on:
|WRON FM 103.1 Ronceverte, WV||WSVA AM 550 Harrisonburg, VA||WAAI FM 100.9 Cambridge, MD|
WELD FM 101.7
WIGO FM 104.9
White Stone, VA
WHAW AM 980
Lost Creek, WV
|WVLS FM 89.7 Monterey, VA||WEEO FM 103.7 Chambersburg, PA|
|WVMR FM 91.9 Hillsboro, WV||WAMV AM 1420 Amherst, VA||WLRI FM 92.9 Lancaster County, PA|
|WRON AM 1400 Lewisburg, WV||
WCHG FM 107.1
Hot Springs, VA
|WWNR AM 620 Beckley, WV||
WEVA AM 860
WATA AM 1450
WOTR FM 96.3
|JOY-FM FM 96.5
| W278AL FM 103.5
| JOY-FM FM
|WVRW FM 107.7 Glenville, WV||
JOY-FM FM 97.1
|WVMR AM 1370
|JOY-FM FM 107.1
|WKCJ FM 97.7 Ronceverte-Lewisburg, WV|
WELD AM 690
|WNMP 88.5 FM Marlinton, WV|
WRSG FM 91.5
What is the format of the program?
A: "On The Farm" with Jeff Ishee is an information-based production consisting of three-minute programs on weekdays and an eight-minute program on Saturdays. We produce programs to air 6 days per week, 52 weeks per year (we cover all holidays).
A: The program is targeted at listeners in the rural and agricultural community,
who tend to be early risers. The weekday program should air between 5:00 am and
7:00 am Monday – Friday. Many of our affiliates also air the program a second
time during the lunch hour. The Saturday program should air anytime between 5:00
am and noon.
How is the program delivered?
A: Beginning in 2005,
all programs are now distributed electronically via download in
What are the terms of affiliation?
On The Farm is offered on a barter basis with market
exclusivity for your primary listening area. We do not require a long-term
commitment; either party can cancel with 30 days notice. We want the show to air
only on stations that believe in it and are committed to promoting it.
Do you provide promo spots?
Yes. At your request, Jeff will record a custom promo spot or bump. Tell us
what you need and we deliver.
Tell us what you need and we deliver.
Is Jeff available for interviews?
A: Yes. Please contact us in advance and we can arrange either a live or
pre-recorded interview. This is
popular with news
who need a “sound bite” in certain situations such as drought, crop failure,
pending rural legislation, etc.
Should we cluster these programs with other news segments?
After years of experience, we’ve found most rural listeners and farmers want to know three things
from their radio program: 1) weather, 2) market prices, and 3) what is happening in
the rural and agricultural community.
We recommend the following cluster:
local weather forecast
local sponsorship commercial
On the Farm program
market prices (contact your state Dept. of Agriculture for a free daily fax,
e-mail, or phone report.)
What if listeners want to get in contact with Jeff?
Listeners are encouraged to
On the Farm Radio
148 Liberty School Rd.
Mount Sidney, VA 24467
Can I sign up for affiliation right now?
Yes. Just e-mail us and request an affiliation agreement (or
download WORD document now>>). Return it to us as soon
as possible. We will place your station on the distribution list as soon as
What if I have other questions?