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City Mount Jackson, Virginia
Broadcast area Woodstock, Virginia
Shenandoah County, Virginia
Branding "790 AM WSVG"
Slogan "The Talk of the Valley"
Frequency 790 kHz
First air date 1954
Format News/Talk/Sports
Power 1,000 watts (daytime)
40 watts (nighttime)
Class D
Facility ID 60106
Transmitter coordinates 38°46′15.0″N 78°37′17.0″W / 38.770833°N 78.621389°W / 38.770833; -78.621389
Callsign meaning W Shenandoah Valley Gold
W Shenandoah Valley Gospel
Former callsigns WSIG (1954-1988)
Affiliations CBS Radio News
CBS Sports Radio
UVA Sports Network
Virginia News Network
Owner Shenandoah Valley Group, Inc.
Sister stations WAMM
Webcast WSVG Webstream
Website WSVG Online

WSVG is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Mount Jackson, Virginia, serving Woodstock and most Shenandoah County, Virginia. WSVG is owned and operated by Shenandoah Valley Group, Inc.[1]


On July 6, 2009, Shenandoah Valley Group, Inc. bought WSVG for $175,000.[2][3][4]


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