Hello there; come on in and take a look around! We are The Voice Radio, and our studios are located on Rt. 660 next to the Tioga County Fairgrounds.
Our mission is simple: tell people about the hope that's only found in Jesus, and encourage you in your faith! Our music and ministry programs are geared around that focus, and we invite you to become part of the TVR listening family! Our call letters are WLIH - Where Listening Invites Hope. Welcome!
Address: 2352 Charleston Rd
Wellsboro PA, 16901
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Meet The Voice
George began working at The Voice Radio as a DJ in 2000. He now works as the Director of Operations maintaining and managing the broadcast equipment, online streaming, and in-house computer network. He also works as an announcer, better known as "Morning George" 7:00-10:00 am Monday-Friday.
George gave his life to the Lord 22 years ago and has been serving him ever since. In his spare time he enjoys cruising on his V-Star.
Favorite Quote: "If you choose to let it be a God day, it will be a good day."
Terri has been part of the team at The Voice Radio for over 10 years. She is one of our great announcers, on air every week Monday-Friday from 12:00 pm-6:00 pm. She also serves as our Music Manager auditioning new music on a regular basis.
Terri has been saved since 1984. She loves her job and Star Wars.
Favorite Quote: "There are two things I know; I am a great sinner, and Christ is a Great Savior." - John Newton
Greg has been a great asset to The Voice Radio for the last 10 years. He writes, records, and produces all of the promotions you hear on The Voice Radio. You can listen to Greg on Saturday mornings from 8 am- 12 pm during "That Morning Show." Greg enjoys writing music and leading worship.
He has been saved for 34 years.
Favorite quote: "Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat." - Theodore Roosevelt