Cookeville, Tenn.’s Stonecom Radio has opened its new 10,000+ square-foot facility, celebrating with a ceremony attended by broadcasters, politicians and Tennessee Association of Broadcasters Executive Director Whit Adamson, as well as listeners.
There are four on-air studios for the cluster’s country, lite rock, rock and news talk formats, and six production rooms. Systems include WideOrbit automation and Wheatstone consoles. The technology leader for the project was Chief Engineer Jeff Schroeder.
The new HQ features a meeting room that can be used by community organizations and nonprofits. The space is named in honor of Tennessee community broadcast advocates Bob Gallaher and Drew Huffines.
“Stonecom is led by a true team of broadcasters who are proud to serve the entire region they touch with their signal of each of the respective stations in the cluster,” said Adamson.
Stonecom Radio is led by President/General Manager Larry Stone. It consists of WCUT(AM/FM), WKXD(FM), WBXE(FM) and WLQK(FM).