Central Vermont Community Radio Hires Station Manager

Hiring of the Central Vermont community radio station Llu Mulvaney-Stanak as station manager of WGDR / WGDH, CVCR’s board of directors announced on Tuesday.


“Llu’s vast experience in the non-profit and radio world is a unique combination which is rare to find, and which will serve our listeners well as we begin a new chapter in WGDR’s long history,” said said Mark Michaelis, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CVCR. in a press release. “We couldn’t be more excited about the future of WGDR with Llu at the helm! “

The community broadcaster owns WGDR in Plainfield and WGDH in Hardwick. Goddard College ran the stations for nearly 50 years before licensing the nonprofit CVCR in May.

Mulvaney-Stanak made his radio debut on WGDR / WGDH as a teenager in the 90s. They have been on the air for almost 30 years, including hosting a new music show on a commercial station for a decade. They also helped start WBTV-LP, a low-power community radio station in Burlington.

“I am deeply grateful to WGDR / WGDH for instilling in me the love of radio at such a young age and I am honored to help the station establish itself as a community member,” said Mulvaney- Stanak in a press release. “I am excited about the possibilities for future programming and community engagement through the station. “

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