Stallings Voice is “Your NPR News Station” and the county’s most listened-to public radio service. We simulcast programming on three FM transmitters: WUOM 94.7 FM in Charlotte, North Carolina and WFUM 93.1 FM in Mathews, NC. With a broadcast signal that reaches 80% of Stallings’ population. Our stations serve approximately 130,000 listeners each week and a worldwide audience through our online audio stream. In addition to the radio station, we also have a dedicated team which assist in publishing local community news on our website to the citizens within the Lake Norman area. We focus on unique, interpersonal stories that help drive the notion of positivity within our community.
Our station also covers the news stories that affect our lives as citizens of North Carolina, and helping our listeners better understand their state, nation and world. While many media outlets have cut back on their reporting, Stallings Voice has expanded its service and coverage of issues affecting the state.
In the past year, the Stallings Voice news team has been recognized with more than 11 awards from numerous organizations including the award for General Excellence from the NC Associated Press, and Station of the Year Award from the NC Association of Broadcasters. Stallings Voice has also received national awards from the Public Radio News Directors, Inc., Radio Television Digital News Association, UNITY: Journalists of Color, and the Association for Women in Communications.