Renfro Valley is the home of Renfro Valley Gatherin' (also formerly known as Renfro Valley Sunday Morning Gatherin' ), which is the second oldest continually broadcast rural/country oriented radio program in the United States, having been aired every Sunday since September 1943. (Among rural/country oriented programs, only the Grand Ole Opry has been broadcast on a continual basis longer, since 1925.) After CBS Radio stopped carrying the show in the late 1950s, a pre-recorded version of the Gatherin' program went into syndication. The syndicated broadcast of the Gatherin' is still heard on scores of stations across the United States and Canada, as well as on satellite radio and Internet broadcasts. One station which broadcasts the Gatherin' is the local radio station in Mt. Vernon - Renfro Valley, Kentucky, which is WRVK 1460 AM. For many years now, WRVK has been owned and operated separately from the Entertainment Center, although it was also co-founded by John Lair in 1957. Today WRVK is owned by Saylor Broadcasting, Inc. of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky.