The Hits 107.5 FM

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The Hits of the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's

The Hits 107.5 FM is Covington and Clifton Forge’s newest station for Top 40’s “Hit” music from the late 60s to the early 1990s, with music from the 1980’s serving as the core of the format. Music that was popularized by MTV in the early 1980s and the nostalgia behind it is a major driver to the format. It is considered the successor to the oldies format, a collection of top 40 songs from the late 1950s through the late 1970s that was once extremely popular in the United States.

The Hits 107.5 FM is a translator station, being powered by WXCF-AM which is located at 1230AM on the radio dial. Listeners in the city of Covington can pick up “The Hits” on 107.5FM and our listeners in Clifton Forge can pick up “The Hits” on 1230AM WXCF. Both stations cover their own areas in Covington and Clifton Forge, as well as, parts of Alleghany County.

The Hits 107.5 FM is the exclusive home to “Breakfast With Bracko” and University of Virginia Sports. We also spotlight national news headlines from Fox News, Local News, Local Weather, and Skyview Traffic.

Also, be sure to check out "The Jeremy Lee Radio Show" from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.

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The Hits 107.5 FM

FROM THE TWO VIRGINIA'S NEWSROOM

Region Gets Ink In Recreation News Magazine
By Peter Killeen

COVINGTON, VA - Our area is prominently featured in the March issue of Recreation News Magazine. The region is the subject of a three-page article as well as being featured on the cover. The article describes “An Epic Road Trip Through Virginia’s Western Highlands” starting in Highland County and traveling south through Bath and Alleghany and concluding in Craig County. All four tourism offices contributed ideas, content and photographs for the final article. The road trip article appears adjacent to advertising by Bath County, the Alleghany Highlands and Virginia’s Western Highlands. It’s made possible by grant funding from the Virginia Tourism Corporation to support the Wander Love campaign.
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