From the Blog

September 27, 2016
Don't miss out on Friday night football! Catch live coverage of Arlington County high school games on WERA 96.7 FM or on the Arlington Independent Media channel (Comcast 69 and Verizon 38). All games air live on the radio station and can be watched the following Wednesday at 7pm and Saturday at 1:30pm. You can also hear them streaming live at
August 19, 2016
To allow for extended hours of operation at AIM, we are establishing a new level of member volunteerism with enhanced responsibility and authority. These super-volunteers would be allowed to "staff" the facility during hours that AIM is not normally open in order to facilitate live radio broadcasts before and after normal hours. Read on to find out how you can become a super-volunteer and make an even bigger impact at AIM.
July 22, 2016
This year's Video Production Camps produced Joe the Artist, Who's Next, and Don't Die Over Spilled Milk. Here's the TV schedule on our channels, Comcast 69 or Verizon 38, so don't miss out!
July 21, 2016
Heff offers tips for recording bands in the television studio, from layout and lighting, to capturing good audio and set breakdown. Learn how to avoid "traffic jams" and break down equipment and gear efficiently.
July 20, 2016
When "Our Man in Arlington" Charlie Clark stopped in for some live on-air time, he had the opportunity to see WERA 96.7 FM in action. Read his article about the growth of our programming and producers making names for themselves through local radio right here at AIM.
July 14, 2016
A message from Executive Director Paul LeValley: AIM's existence depends on contracts between Arlington's cable television providers and county government. These contracts, called franchise agreements, include important provisions for AIM in the form of operating support and capital grants. Right now Comcast is in the process of negotiating a new franchise agreement with Arlington County. Without strong provisions for support, facilities, and equipment, AIM would have to close its doors and end its 35-year history of providing Arlington with local, independent media training, production, and distribution. Read on to find out how YOU can help keep AIM and WERA alive.
July 14, 2016
Electricity has returned to the facility, so we have reopened; WERA 96.7 FM is back on-air and streaming.
July 14, 2016
Hi everyone, our Clarendon block experienced a power outage this morning. The radio station WERA 96.7 FM is currently down, but we are working to fix it at this time. Updates will be posted. Thanks.
March 18, 2016
Read Kevin Sampson's (Director of Rosebud Film Festival ) overview of this year's showcase, winners, and media spotlights.
January 21, 2016
Mary Cliff, host of Traditions, a folk music radio program, returns to the airwaves on January 23, 9pm – 12am on WERA. It can be heard throughout Arlington County and surrounding areas on any standard home or car FM radio. Read on for more information about what Mary brings with her 43-year history in radio.