WNDJ-FM Joins Hokies Radio Network
Powerful FM station blankets Virginia's Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula
June 2, 2003

BLACKSBURG - ISP Sports and the Virginia Tech Athletics Department announced today that WNDJ (104.9 FM) in White Stone, Virginia has joined the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network. The station has agreed to a multi-year agreement to broadcast Tech football and basketball games, daily Hokie updates, and the weekly Advance Auto Parts Hokie Hotline on Monday nights.

"We're delighted to be joining the Tech network," station owner Mitt Younts said. "There are so many Tech graduates and Hokie fans in general who live in our area. It's a very exciting time for our station to be able to join the Tech team."

WNDJ blankets the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of Virginia with a 6,000 watt signal. Bounded by the Potomac River to the north, the Rappahannock River to the south and the Chesapeake Bay to the east, the Northern Neck is the northern-most peninsula on Virginia's bay shore.

"We're glad that our radio network keeps growing," Tech football coach Frank Beamer said. "Some of our most avid and supportive fans live in that part of Virginia. Having our broadcasts on a strong FM station like WNDJ is a big plus for our program and we're delighted to welcome Mitt, Jack Davis (station manager) and the entire Windy 105 team to our Hokies' family."

ISP Sports develops and produces a variety of marketing opportunities involving Tech Athletics, including live play-by-play game broadcasts of Virginia Tech football and basketball games, plus weekly television programs.

This fall will mark the 50th consecutive year Tech broadcasts will be heard on a state-wide network throughout the Commonwealth.

To see WNDJ Radio's coverage area, click here: http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/pat?call=WNDJ&service=FM&status=L&hours=U