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     North Carolina's First AM Radio Network, 1490 WLOE, Eden/Reidsville/Wentworth and 1420 WMYN, Madison/Mayodan/Stoneville provide Total Market Coverage of Rockingham County. 

     We are the only full service, full-time radio stations in the market, with exclusive local, regional and national Talk and Christian programming, and a leader in Local News and Community Service.

     News/Talk is the #1 radio format.  In addition to our popular local/regional programming, we broadcast a diversity of live national talk shows daily. We also air more than 50 Religious programs each weekend.

     Please see our Program Highlights and Christian Programming pages for a complete schedule. 

     We do not take our responsibility to listeners and advertisers lightly.  We strive to maintain the highest level of integrity and professional service in everything we do.

•1490 WLOE, Leaksville, signed on the air December 20, 1946.  The call letters were chosen for "Wonderful Land Of Eden."  It's what William Byrd called the area when he surveyed it in 1728.  The City of Eden was later born on September 13, 1967 with the merger of Leaksville, Spray and Draper.

•1420 WMYN, Mayodan, began broadcasting July 15, 1957.  Advertisers were told the call letters stood for "We Make Your Name."

•The two stations joined together in the summer of 1990, becoming the first AM stations in the state to share programming.

•Veteran North Carolina broadcaster Mike Moore, who started in radio in 1960 at age 12, has been with the stations since 1972.

•Annette Moore, a Mayodan native, is the Station/Business Manager.

•The Moores host the only husband-wife radio show in the region.  Their popular Information Hour Monday-Friday mornings at 9:00 receives high marks from listeners and advertisers.

•Quality local and national talk shows air Monday thru Friday, with over 50 Christian programs on Saturday and Sunday. 

•WLOE and WMYN are locally owned and operated, continuing a proud family tradition with a special hometown approach to broadcasting.

•Our stations are members of the Eden, Western Rockingham and Reidsville Chambers of Commerce, and The North Carolina Association of Broadcasters.
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Rockingham County HD Video Stream, “RockingCam,” Now Live

Rockingham County, NC (August 17, 2015)—Rockingham County has a new tool for showcasing the beauty of its rural landscape.  A live, High Definition (HD) video stream web cam is now available at  The “RockingCam” is a web camera that is placed on Mayo Mountain, the county’s highest point, and is a joint project between WLOE/WMYN RockinghamCountyRadio and the Rockingham County Tourism Development Authority (TDA).

The project was funded by a $25,000 grant received from the Rockingham County Community Foundation as part of the Duke Energy Dan River Basin Fund.  The Rockingham County Community Foundation is an affiliate of the North Carolina Community Foundation.  

RockingCam live stream is now available anytime and anywhere.  It provides real-time footage of the views from the top of Mayo Mountain in the rolling hills surrounding the Mayodan area.

“This project was a natural fit for the TDA because it gives us another tool for promoting the beauty of Rockingham County. RockinghamCountyRadio is the perfect partner for this because of the station’s location on Mayo Mountain and their capability to manage the web cam and broadcast the live stream,” said Robin Yount, tourism manager.  “This is going to be a wonderful way to showcase our landscape, especially in the fall when the colors are so vibrant.”

“RockingCam is an exciting one-of-a-kind project.  Now, in addition to streaming all of our local, niche programming worldwide, we have the unique opportunity of sharing our view with everyone...changing seasons, weather, beautiful sunsets.  I’m grateful to the many people who made it happen,” said Mike Moore, General Manager of WLOE/WMYN RockinghamCountyRadio.

“The web cam provides a nice little window into our world.  We greatly appreciate the Rockingham County Community Foundation and Duke Energy for funding this project for us.  I hope that people will visit it often to see how our landscape changes throughout the seasons,” said Texie Needham, chair of the TDA Board.

To view the live, HD video stream from RockingCam, visit: or
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