People

  • Announcer

    Angier Johnson, "The Gospel Messenger," has served as the Sunday Morning Gospel host since 1995. Johnson's special blend of contemporary, traditional and vintage inspiration, makes her show a favorite among listeners and internet surfers.

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  • Radio Announcer

    Charles Twitty is a graduate of Alabama State University and has worked for a various of radio stations throughout the years. Mr. Twitty started out in radio at WRMA-AM in Montgomery, then landed a job at WBIL in Tuskegee, Alabama. Mr. Twitty...

  • Radio Announcer

      Clayton Smith has been a radio jazz enthusiast since he was eight years old. His life long dream was to become a radio announcer and to some day own his own radio station. Clayton has worked several years in radio doing blues and gospel at...

  • Announcer and Host

    Eugenia was born in Chicago, Illinois and is graduate of Huntingdon College with a BS in Business Management, she has worked with WVAS for a number of years.  She has served as a student coordinator, where she helped train students while on the...

  • Announcer and Host

    Gene has over 30 years of extensive photography, film making, and cinematography experience.  He began his career in Wichita, KS for the Kansas State Network as a News/Production Photographer.  Gene was the first black man in the state to...

  • Announcer

    Kevin is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., and a 1980 graduate of Alabama State University.  He is also a full-time employee of the federal government.  While government service is his daytime vocation, jazz music is his day-into-night passion.  In...

  • Announcer

    Kevin is from Fitzpatrick, Alabama.  After graduating from Bullock County High he attended Auburn University majoring in theatre.  He later transferred to Alabama State University and added communications, particularly radio/TV, as his minor. ...

  • Kory R. Ward is a native of Cincinnati, OH and currently attends Post University, Waterbury, CT. pursuing a Bachelors of Science Degree in Management with a concentration in General Management.  In 1997, Mr. Ward joined WVAS Radio as a radio...

  • Announcer

    Mel has been the early-morning voice of WVAS since the station began broadcasting in 1984.  He studied at Stillman, Tuskegee, and Troy Universities.  Early in his career, Mel provided advance promotions for the iconic 1970s R&B band, The...

  • Coordinator of Community and Public Affairs

    Reletta, a native of Luverne, Alabama, began her career in broadcasting as an intern at WVAS.  After graduation, she was hired part time as host of Jazz Flavors. For several years she has enjoyed tickling the ears of those that love and...

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