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A Look Inside the New Victory FM Studios

July 8, 2013
|  Lynchburg, Va.
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Recently, the Victory FM Studios moved from their campus location of more than 30 years to a newly renovated studio in the Candlers Station Shopping Center. Following the move, LFSN reporter Alan York had a chance to tour the new studios with LFSN engineer Chris Wygal.

The flagship station (88.3 FM in Lynchburg) for the Liberty Flames Sports Network (LFSN) is a 50,000-watt station that is part of the Victory FM radio network. The network includes 32 affiliates that cover the Commonwealth of Virginia and much of the state of North Carolina.

Throughout the 2013-14 school year, Liberty athletics fans will be able to catch all the action on the Liberty Flames Sports Network. LFSN is comprised of Liberty's radio and television network that has covered Flames' athletics since its inception in 1981.

The Liberty Flames Sports Network includes radio coverage of Liberty football and men's basketball games on 88.3 FM, while 90.9 FM WWMC in Lynchburg provides significant radio coverage for Liberty women's basketball, baseball and softball.

York returns for his fourth season calling radio play-by-play of Liberty football and men's basketball. Nick Pierce handles radio play-by-play duties for Liberty baseball, while Jamie Hall broadcasts Liberty women's basketball.

FSN Radio Affiliates
Berryville (89.5)
Charlottesville (96.7)
Clifton Forge (90.9)
Culpeper (95.3)
Dale City (89.7)
Danville (88.3)
Fredericksburg (94.1)
Gainesville (95.9)
Gore (90.1)
Harrisonburg (101.3)
Lynchburg (Flagship) (88.3)
Marion (105.1)
Newport News (96.9)
Petersburg (104.1)
Pulaski (106.5)
Richmond (94.9)
Roanoke (88.3)
South Boston (103.7)
Suffolk (107.3)
Virginia Beach (98.3)
Warrenton (91.7)
Waynesboro (100.3)
Winchester (89.5)
Woodbridge (89.7)
Wytheville (101.9)

North Carolina
Burlington (95.1)
Elizabeth City (88.3)
Graham (95.1)
Norlina (94.3)
Roanoke Rapids (91.1)
Roxboro (103.7)
Zebulon (90.5)