|
Dover Post
  • Delaware First State Media dedicates WDDE-FM

  • State and local officials, along with NPR and Delaware State University, joined Delaware First State Media Monday in a ceremony to dedicate WDDE 91.1 FM, Delaware's first-ever public radio news station.
    • email print
  • State and local officials, along with NPR and Delaware State University, joined Delaware First State Media Monday in a ceremony to dedicate WDDE 91.1 FM, Delaware's first-ever public radio news station.
    In the first three months on air, WDDE News produced Delaware's premier statewide candidate debates, provided round-the-clock statewide coverage of Hurricane Sandy, and presented live election night coverage from Delaware's Democratic and Republican headquarters.
    WDDE-FM is the first Delaware-based NPR News station, and is designated by NPR as both a minority-service and rural-service station. For more information, call (302) 857-7096 or visit www.wdde.org.
      • calendar