Chris Boros

Program Director

Chris Boros is WMRA’s Program Director and local host from 10am-4pm Monday-Friday.

He’s been working in public radio for more than 20 years.  Originally from NE Ohio, Chris has worked at five public radio stations and had a short stint in commercial rock radio.  He’s been a production and operations director, music host and programmer, reporter, behind the scenes producer, technical director, and he studied radio/tv production at Kent State University.  In his free time, Chris hangs out with his wife, Genesis, and their two dogs and cats.  Chris digs b-movies and likes pondering mysteries.

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Our goal is to raise $140,000 by September 25 with ZERO fundraising interruptions!  Please think about how much you value the programming on WMRA and GIVE TODAY.  Thanks!  

Our September Books & Brews features author John Lingan discussing his book Homeplace: A Southern Town, a Country Legend, and the Last Days of a Mountaintop Honky-Tonk - an intimate account of country music, social change, and a vanishing way of life as a Shenandoah town collides with the twenty-first century.  The book profiles Jim McCoy and his legendary honky-tonk, The Troubadour.  

WMRA is making some changes to our lineup of shows starting Wednesday, August 1st and Saturday and Sunday, August 4th and 5th. 

To see the new WMRA schedule, click here.

Check out the changes and new additions: