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Celebrating Our 86th Year on the Air!
Serving Southwestern Pennsylvania since July 15, 1937
WMBS has been honored thirteen times since 2010 by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters.
WMBS Honored Twice by the PA Association of Broadcasters!
WMBS was recognized the week of February 20th by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters (PAB), receiving two awards for Outstanding Radio Personality (Matt Sapienza/Matt Sap in the Morning) and Outstanding Play-by-Play Coverage of a Local Sporting Event (Belle Vernon at Laurel Highlands High School Basketball 1/10/23, Brian Mroziak/Tony Hanula, with production by Nick Barcheck). Winners will be recognized by the PAB at a May Awards Luncheon in Harrisburg.
WMBS has now won 15 PAB awards since 2010. In past years WMBS also won Outstanding Local Newscast (2010 and 2011), Outstanding Radio Commercial (2012 and 2020), Outstanding Radio Series (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2018) and Judges' Merit Awards (2013, 2014 and 2015).
Matt Sapienza joined the WMBS Team in February 2022 and hosts Matt Sap in the Morning Monday thru Friday from 6-10:15am. A native of Long Island, New York, and a Hofstra University Graduate, Matt joined WMBS after a stint at legendary WABC in New York City.
The WMBS High School Sports Team consists of play-by-play announcer Brian Mroziak who has been calling games at the station since 2001 along with Steve Superick, Tony Hanula, and Gary Frankhouser, with Josh Scully joining the team this past December. The station began live video simulcasting High School Sports in 2020 with camera work being done by Bill Dice, Donnie Santore, Sarah Camp and Jerry Dupey. Nick Barcheck is the longtime Executive Producer of High School Sports Coverage and has been working at the station since he was 15 years old in 2010.
Tony Hanula & Brian Mroziak
Three Redneck Tenors at the State Theatre!
The State Theatre Center for the Arts presents "The 3 Redneck Tenors," Friday, March 31st at 8PM! Trained at prestigious music schools such as Julliard, and performing in such venerable houses as Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera, these boys are seasoned performers who throw in comedy, improv, and songs that include TV Themes, A New York State of Mind, The Impossible Dream, Music of the Night, and more! For tickets, call the State Theatre at 724-439-1360 or online at StateTheatre.info
March Lottery Giveaway: Cash Payout!
Have some fun with WMBS and the Pennsylvania Lottery! From March 9th through the 31st, be the sixth caller to 724-438-4593 when you hear ABBA sing "Money, Money, Money" and you could win fifteen (15) CASH PAYOUT scratch-off tickets! Play CASH PAYOUT, the new $2 instant game with ten (10) top prizes of $20,000! Pick up a game and play today!
The Pennsylvania Lottery benefits older Pennsylvanians! Every day! Must be 18 years or older to play. Please play responsibly. The Pennsylvania Lottery again generated more than $1 billion last year for programs that benefit older Pennsylvanians.
Uniontown City Council Meetings
Join WMBS for Uniontown City Council Meetings, currently the 1st Thursday of every month at 5pm, broadcast live on the WMBS Radio Facebook Page. Click the image to visit our Jobs & Community page and scroll to the section labelled "Uniontown City Council Meeting Archive" to catch up on the latest city business.
City Council Meetings are made possible by Neubauers Flowers and Market House.