|WHD||Morgantown||West Virginia University||Licensed: March 16, 1922||Deleted Nov. 19, 1923|
|WAAO||Charleston||Radio Service Co.||Licensed: April 10, 1922||Deleted Dec. 1, 1922|
|WAAR||Huntington||Groves-Thornton Hardware Co.||Licensed: April 13, 1922||Deleted Dec. 4, 1922|
|WHAJ||Bluefield||Bluefield Daily Telegraph & E. K. Kitts||Licensed: July 1922||...|
|WHAK||Clarksburg||Roberts Hardware Co.||Licensed: July 1922||...|
|WPAZ||Charleston||Dr. John R. Koch||Licensed: January 1923||...|
|WSAZ*||Pomeroy, OH||Chase Electric Shop, Glenn E. Chase||Licensed October 10 or 16, 1923||Later calls: WGNT, WRVC, WTKZ, WRVC; moved to Huntington|
|WDBD||Martinsburg||Herman E. Burns||Licensed: 1924||...|
|WIBR||Weirton||Thurman A. Owings||Licensed: 1925||Later moved to Steubenville OH|
|WWVA*||Wheeling||John C. Strobel Jr.||On air: December 16, 1926||...|
|WOBU*||Charleston||Charleston Radio Broadcasting Co.||On air: October 12, 1927||Later call: WCHS|
|WQBJ||Clarksburg||John Raikes||Licensed: November 1927||...|
|WQBZ||Weirton||J. H. Thompson||Licensed: May 1928||Deleted March 1930|
|WMMN*||Fairmont||Holt-Rome Novelty Co.||Licensed: December 10, 1928||...|
|WHIS*||Bluefield||Daily Telegraph Printing Co.||On air: June 27, 1929||...|
|WPAR||Parkersburg||Chancellor Hotel||On air: July 12, 1935||Later calls: WIKS, WLTP|
|WBLK||Clarksburg||Charleston Broadcasting Co.||On air: April 1937||Later calls: WBOY, WBBN, WPQZ, WKKW, WPQZ, WOBG|
|WJLS*||Beckley||Joe L. Smith Jr.||On air: March 5, 1939||...|
|WBTH*||Williamson||Williamson Broadcasting Corp.||On air: April 19, 1939||...|
|WGKV*||Charleston||Kanawha Valley Broadcasting Co.||On air: Sept. 24, 1939||Later calls: WHMS, WTGR, WHMS, WGKV, WXIT, WCZR, WSWW|
|WLOG*||Logan||C. H. Frey and R. O. Greever||On air: 1940||...|
|WBRW||Welch||McDowell Service Co.||On air: August 25, 1940||Subsequent WMCD/WOVE/WXEE operated on same frequency|
|WAJR*||Morgantown||West Virginia Radio Corp.||On air: December 1940||...|
|WKWK*||Wheeling||Community Broadcasting Inc.||On air: May 2, 1941||Later call: WBBD|
WCFC, Beckley. The first FM station in West Virginia was WCFC Beckley, which began regular programming at 2 p.m. on August 15, 1946, on 101.1 MHz. Its first experimental transmission was August 12, 1946, at 10:13 p.m. WCFC-FM ceased operations on June 30, 1951.
WJLS-FM, Beckley. The second FM station in West Virginia was WJLS-FM, which apparently went on the air in February 1947. WJLS-FM is the oldest surviving FM station in West Virginia, if we ignore the fact that the station suspended broadcasting for a time in the 1950s.
WHIS-FM, Bluefield. The station went on the air in July 1947, according to the 1948 Broadcasting Yearbook.
WWVA-FM, Wheeling. The station went on the air in September 1947, according to the 1948 Broadcasting Yearbook.
WPLH-FM, Huntington. The station went on the air in November 1947, according to the 1948 Broadcasting Yearbook.
WHTN-FM, Huntington; WLOG-FM, Logan; WKWK-FM, Wheeling. These stations went on the air in December 1947, according to the 1948 Broadcasting Yearbook.
|Call||Licensee||City||First listed in|
Radio Service Bulletin
|8ZW||John C. Stroebel Jr.||Wheeling||March 1915|
|8XG||C. W. Waggoner (WVU)||Morgantown||July 1, 1916|
|8YA||West Virginia University||Morgantown||August 1, 1919|
|8YH||West Virginia University||Morgantown||December 1, 1920|
|8YF||Camp Greenbrier||Alderson||November 1, 1920|