Welcome to Delaware Public Media!
Delaware Public Media is the first and only public media news service founded in Delaware and dedicated to covering the unique issues, events, personalities, and culture of Delaware. Delaware Public Media presents high-quality statewide news in a rich combination of audio, video, and text, and is available online at delawarepublic.org and on air at:
- WDDE 91.1 FM
- WMPH 91.7 FM
- WMHS 88.1 FM
As an NPR member station, Delaware Public Media features the best in national and international news programming from NPR and other high-quality sources, as well as Delaware news from our own Delaware Public Media News staff headquartered in Dover.
WDDE-FM began broadcasting on August 17, 2012 from our studio and offices on the Delaware State University campus in Dover. We are proud to operate in a unique collaboration with Delaware State University and the University of Delaware.
On our home page, you’ll find multimedia coverage of Delaware, including links to 24/7 live streaming audio coverage, archived stories from WDDE and its online predecessor, DFM News, and timely coverage of special events, from political debates to concerts.
If you’re curious about our operations and how to support them, we hope you’ll explore the links below to learn more. You're invited to stay connected and help us grow.
Where can I find Delaware Public Media?
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How do I donate?
General Info & Policies
Board of Directors Meetings & Minutes
Community Advisory Board Meetings & Minutes
Other resources about Delaware Public Media are available through:
- FCC Public Inspection Files https://publicfiles.fcc.gov/ where corporate information and annual filings, including current and archived versions of EEO reports, are available.
- Corporation for Public Broadcasting SAS Community Activities Report 2022
**Photos from the Fifth Anniversary Celebration of Delaware Public Media and Thank You Reception held on January 10, 2018 and Thank You Reception held on March 21, 2019. Both events were held at the Biggs Museum of American Art.